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caz

(kæʒ)
adj
slang short for casual
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| A Newcastle city-centre CAZ affecting all non-compliant buses, taxis, HGVs and vans - but not private cars - alongside junction changes and lane restrictions on the Tyne Bridge and Central Motorway.
HGVs would have been charged PS3.40 under a bridge toll and PS50-a-day in the CAZ, with the latter also applying to buses and coaches.
In her superbly funny talk, Caz introduced us to some of the personalities she encountered during her years at the old glass factory.
'Ladies, our carriage awaits.' Caz does an elaborate bow as the train doors open.
Bristol City Council has suggested two proposals a diesel car ban or a CAZ but has provided little detail on either option.
Friends and family who'd been a constant company and comfort in the week after little Finn died, just 48 hours after he was born, had left and Caz and her husband Eric were alone with their grief.
"But we thought that wasn't a problem because he was doing so well," remembers Caz. "Then that evening we both went along to see him and we saw them pulling a massive machine into the room he was in.
I am very the Welsh has decided plans for the M4 relief A CAZ would put Cardiff at the forefront and overcome the image that Cardiff is bad for traffic congestion and air pollution.
As well as highlighting indicative CAZ boundaries and charges of [pounds sterling]8 for cars and LGVs, and [pounds sterling]50 for HGVs and buses, it also assesses the impact on the economy.
For the same reason, any petrol cars older than Euro 4 converted by Birmingham Autogas will still be charged by the CAZ even though they will likely be as clean if not cleaner than new vehicles, he said.
Seattle, he is thrilled to make the local team, but he worries because he has a big secret - Caz used to live life as a girl named Cassandra.