detector van

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detector van

n (Rad, Tech) → Funkmesswagen m
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THIS week's esteemed PISH award (Positively Indecent Salaries Here) is being transported by a TV licence detector van to the money-grabbing, gender-biased halls of the BBC.
I eagerly pulled my chip detector van on to the packed forecourt at Dads Lane, glad to find a single free space on a dangerous corner.
TV Licensing detector van "Unfortunately, a minority of people do not pay for their licence, which is unfair to the law-abiding majority who do pay.
The clash is in Colombo and I am nervous at the best of times when watching Colombo action - petrified there's a TV licence detector van outside.
This sniffing principle was used by the gas detector van. The van had a series of funnels along the front bumper and tubes went from this into the van.
There was a time when I only ran when it was necessary - and, boy, could I shift when that TV detector van came round the corner.
Believe it or not, seven days ago I ran 20 miles: it's amazing what you can push your body to do when a TV detector van visits the village.
Lost tribe indeed, look like a bunch of hippies hiding in the Clent Hills to me, and they should think themselves lucky if they were found in Britain Gordon would be after back taxes and council tax, and I'm not so sure that's not a sattalite dish on one of the huts, and that's the reason they are throwing sticks at the helicopter: they think its a TV detector van.
Following the announcement that a radio detector van was to visit Huddersfield in the near future 400 people took out TV licences and more than 100 applied for radio licences.
WATCHING YOU: The unmarked TV detector van which will be used to weed out people who choose not to pay TV licence fees; Picture: David Hurst
THE inspector was parking his TV detector van just as the local beef farmer farmer was leaving to walk round the beasts.
Rush on TV licences as detector van starts THE news that the General Post Office had "declared war" on television "pirates" was quickly reflected in the increased sales of television licences on Teesside.