These systems when worked together are able to bring the vehicle to a complete halt in the nearside
The vehicle would have a white nearside
wing mirror missing.
Imagine the nightmare it would be for observers who wanted to learn their way around the Moon's surface if each of those 6,328 nearside
craters had a distinct name honoring some historical figure.
Officers investigating the incident have appealed to anyone who may have witnessed the collision or who may have any information about the black Vauxhall Corsa, which has or had a damaged nearside
wing mirror to contact them.
The surface of the moon s nearside
is dominated by a unique area called the Procellarum region, characterized by low elevations, unique composition, and numerous ancient volcanic plains.
Surely it would be safer for mum to seat baby on the nearside
and walk around to the nearside
and lift out the baby in safety?
The driver's side of the lorry's cab was left embedded in the rear nearside
of the coach following the collision, which also left debris strewn across the approach to the footbridge.
Judge John Roberts said Tsang had misjudged her own speed and the gap between Mr Chapman and the nearside
Nissan has decided to back-up the existing full colour reversing display with an additional camera mounted in the nearside
door mirror to give a side view of the car when manoeuvring.
Nearly 400 years after Galileo viewed the moon's nearside
through a telescope, scientists still know relatively little about the moon's hidden half- the hemisphere that always faces away from Earth.
PSV inspector Garda John Flood said an indicator and side-repeater lamp on the truck's nearside
were not working, rear lenses were broken, rear tail lamps were not working and the nearside
rear brake was "non-effective".
For effortless rotation, a large turntable equipped with antifriction bearings ensures that operators are always working on the nearside
of the pallet.