precrash

precrash

(priːˈkræʃ)
adj
of or pertaining to the period before a crash, esp of a motor vehicle; coming into effect or being deployed prior to a crash
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Why abandon them in 2009, when Western economies were still 4-5 percent below their precrash levels?
The proactive passenger protection system called PreCrash has also been improved.
Of the four trim grades, the next-to- top SE Family does what it says on the box and includes a shedload of practical and safetyrelated kit, including stuff like a panoramic roof with integrated lighting, adaptive cruise control, sat nav with Car-Net Guide and Inform systems, a cargo management set up and PreCrash protection.
Of the four trim grades, the next-totop SE Family does what it says on the box and includes a shedload of practical and safety-related kit, including stuff like a panoramic roof with integrated lighting, adaptive cruise control, sat nav with Car-Net Guide and Inform systems, a cargo management set up and PreCrash protection.
It's encouraging to see pay finally recovering after a long and painful squeeze, but with the pace of recovery set to slow it could be another decade before we see a return to precrash pay levels.
The recorded data consists of precrash data, which details the vehicle status before the crash, and post-crash data, which details the occupant status from the start of the crash and the severity of the crash.
Opening number "Heyday" evokes preCrash giddiness, choreographer Dodge expertly adapting Roaring Twenties dance into something fresh and unique.
Average pay will return to precrash levels in mid-2017 if the growth continues, it was predicted.
Joe Higgins from the Irish Socialist Party slammed trewc the Government for not restoring public sector workers' wages to precrash levels.
Drop the additional PS1,100 to graduate to SE trim and this nets you 17-inch alloy wheels, a pair of brilliant ERGOCOMFORT front seats, a load-through rear bench, LED reading lights and door warning lights, the PreCrash occupant protection system, adaptive cruise control, parking sensors, automatic lights and wipers and a whole host of other nice-to-haves.
A minimum of PS85 million was needed to even be considered for the list this year, compared to PS80 million in 2008 at the height of the precrash boom and PS75 million last year.
Both during and after the National Recovery Administration's attempts at price control, prices did move upward, although they did not return to their precrash levels.