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clamper

[′klamp·ər]
(electronics)
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But you can only hope what goes around comes around, one day the clamper might require treatment from someone like Virginia Williams.
The court said it was necessary to protect the public from further anti-social acts from the clamper ( defined as behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.
The two vehicles, parked in a 'residents' only' bay on Maes-y-Cwm Street, Barry, had been targeted by clampers called in by Barry-based Thomas Construction, which was building houses on the street.
COWBOY clampers will be outlawed under new legislation this year.
COUNCIL bosses have hit out at the Government over delays in introducing new laws aimed at stopping rogue car clampers from blighting the lives of Birmingham drivers.
18pm that day until after 7pm the next day - leaving the clampers unable to tow it from the spot in Copland Mews, Wembley.
All clampers take pictures now - and you should write to the clamping firm demanding to see when and at what time the clamp was put on.
But businesses around Far Gosford Street have hailed the clamper as a hero and say life has improved since clamping was introduced at Gosford Industrial Estate.
N A London clamper who impounded a car without notifying the owner then gave it to his daughter to drive
Public protection committee chairman Neil Eustace was commenting on the successful jailing of city clamper Gary Southall, owner of National Parking Control, late last year and said that soon the practice of towing cars from private land would be banned.
These included: A clamper telling a motorist to move his car and park in a specific area, waiting until he went into the bank nearby and then clamping him; The company using an unlicensed clamper with a serious criminal record (including cutting off someone's fingers with a machete) to carry out clamping activity (contrary to the licence agreement); Clampers accepting bribes from the public and not giving receipts (contrary to the licence agreement).
When she said what had happened, the clamper and the owner of the pub refused to listen, then clamped a second wheel and demanded pounds 120.