How many points would a person get if they are pulled over for doing 85 in a 55 with no other points or convictions?
YOU WILL GET 5 AND A 15 DAY SUSPENSION
They average anywhere from 4.5 to 7 miles per gallon, depending on how much weight they are carrying, and how many hills they are climbing, on any given trip. Trailers do not have an mpg as they have no motive force, they are hitched to something and pulled. It then depends, as is stated above, on the conditions encountered and the vehicle doing the pulling. it also depends alot on the person doing the driving…
Truthfully... Unless you can get away with it than lie and just say NO In other words.... That is your past and it should remain in your past, your looking for a job to improve yourself and succeed not to say yes I have expirence in stealing, doing drugs, or hurting people. This line stating if someone has a rap sheet should be abolish and look on the person who you are now.
(The form of the verb to be include is, 3rd person singular, and are, 2nd person singular, or any person plural.) She is doing her homework. The cat is on the sidewalk. They are doing their homework. The cats are on the sidewalk. We are doing our homework. Are you doing your homework? They are done with their homework.
The main feature in Spanish verb conjugation is that through multiple spellings and versions of the same verb, it is possible to not only know what is being done, but who is doing it. Verbs and many other words conjugate in Spanish according to whether a person is male or female, as well as first person and third person points of view.
That will depend on the laws where YOU are- and on prior convictions, what they were doing with the marijuana (possessing, selling, giving it to a 9 year old, etc) and on how much they have (one joint, one pound, one ton) There is no way to determine exactly what sentence a judge may impose. It may range from a fine to life in prison, depending on ALL the circumstances.
It is a suffix to specify that a person is a female person doing a job. A person may have the job of a steward; a female person doing that job is called a stewardess. A person who sews is a seamster (usually shortened to semptster); a female person doing that job is a seamstress. A person who does laundry is a launderer; a woman who does it is a laundress. A person who acts…