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Geneva stop

[jə¦nē·və ′stäp]
(horology)
A device that transmits power only from the middle portion of a watch mainspring to provide an even force.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Javier Ponce, 19, of the 1300 block of North Geneva Drive, appeared Wednesday before a Cook County judge, who ordered him held without bond while awaiting trial.
Those who did go to jail, however, were Richard Finch, 60, of Geneva Drive, Redcar, and Michael Heathcock, 59, of Ontario Crescent, Redcar, for a shocking case of animal cruelty against a blind dog named Scamp.
Malcolm Richard Campbell, 50, of Geneva Drive, Redcar, jailed for eight weeks and ordered to pay a charge of PS80 and costs of PS100 for breaching a restraining order.
Javier Ponce, 19, of the 1300 block of North Geneva Drive in Palatine, has been wanted on an arrest warrant for two counts of attempted murder.
Malcolm Richard Campbell, 50, of Geneva Drive, Redcar, jailed for six months and ordered to pay PS80 charges and given a restraining order, for theft, assault and criminal damage.
Askham, of Geneva Drive, Redcar - who did not even need the money - fled empty-handed and was arrested that day and later pleaded guilty to attempted robbery.
James Martin Cree, 27, of Geneva Drive, Redcar, fined PS400 and ordered to pay PS840 costs for assault.
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Authorities said they have obtained an arrest warrant for Javier Ponce, 18, of the 1300 block of North Geneva Drive on two charges of attempted murder.
Police searched the home where he lived alone on Geneva Drive, Redcar, and seized two laptops and other storage media.
Where: Chesapeake Commons clubhouse, 1490 Geneva Drive, Geneva.
James Martin Cree, 23, of Geneva Drive, Redcar, given a 12-month community order, with 80 hours unpaid work, and ordered to pay compensation of pounds 300 and costs of pounds 250 for theft.
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