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stoplight

[′stäp‚līt]
(electricity)
One of the lights that are installed at the rear of an automotive vehicle and are automatically turned on when the driver applies the brakes.
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The "Stoplight" Indiegogo campaign perks include a numbered, limited edition advance poster (only 100 of these posters will ever be printed) autographed by director Eric Stanze, star Eli DeGeer, and the rest of the cast and crew.
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The city of Wenatchee is considering installing cameras at stoplights to catch motorists running red lights.
For example, he said, state lawmakers might have $10,000 available for one of two programs--a cancer prevention program for women or a stoplight at a busy intersection.
I cursed, thinking the automated stoplight camera had taken my photo, attributing some infraction unwarranted or obscure to me.
At a stoplight the same van pulled up, and the male from the van began yelling.
A 49-year-old Japanese businessman was shot dead Tuesday at a stoplight by two unidentified gunmen while on his way to an airport in central Philippines, police said.
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and some guy at a stoplight asked to clean my windshield
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"You sit at a stoplight, especially in Florida, you're sitting there in 100 percent humidity, and the sun is beating down on you, and that heat's coming up off the road, which is like 140, 150 degrees....