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Steve Winwood
   has been a vocalist in   
Traffic
Jim Capaldi
   has played drums in   
Traffic
Heavy Traffic (1973)
   has the tagline   
The Amorous Life and Misadventures of a Virginal Young Pinball Player...his Chicks...his Chums and a Host of Assorted Weirdos in All Colors.
Written and Directed by Ralph Bakshi
Steven Soderbergh
   directed the film   
Traffic (2000)
Traffic
   in French is   
Circulation
Traffic
   in Portuguese is   
Tráfego
Air Traffic
   had a U.K. Top 40 single hit with   
Shooting Star
2007
10-49
   means   
Traffic Light out
Benicio Del Toro
   for his role in   
Traffic (2000)
As Javier Rodriguez
STRANGER
   means   
Unidentified Traffic That is Not Associated With the Action in Progress
_____ Traffic
   -   
London
The Jam
Invitations
   Means   
Traffic Tickets
Copying the Mail
   Means   
Listening to Traffic on a Given Channel
Traffic (2000)
   starred   
Benicio Del Toro, Jacob Vargas and Andrew Chavez
Director: Steven Soderbergh. Also starred Michael Saucedo, Tomas Milian & Jose Yenque
Steven Soderbergh
   directed   
Traffic (2000)
George Loane Tucker
   directed   
Traffic in Souls (1913)
Human Traffic (1999)
   starred   
John Simm, Lorraine Pilkington and Shaun Parkes
Director: Justin Kerrigan. Also starred Danny Dyer, Nicola Reynolds & Dean Davies
Justin Kerrigan
   directed   
Human Traffic (1999)
Traffic
   released the album   
Mr. Fantasy (1968)
Traffic
   released the album   
Traffic (1968)
Traffic
   released the album   
Last Exit (1969)
11-66
   means   
Defective Traffic Light
11-84
   means   
Manual Traffic Control Needed
Give Way to Traffic on Major Road
   is represented by   

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No Entry for Vehicular Traffic
   is represented by   

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One-way Traffic
   is represented by   

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Two-way Traffic Crosses One-way Road
   is represented by   

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Two-way Traffic Straight Ahead
   is represented by   

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Traffic Signals
   is represented by   

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Traffic Signals Not in Use
   is represented by   

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Traffic Queues Likely Ahead
   is represented by   

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Area in Which Cameras Are Used to Enforce Traffic Regulations
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Traffic Has Priority over Oncoming Vehicles
   is represented by   

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Appropriate Traffic Lanes at Junction Ahead
   is represented by   

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1988
      
United Nations Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances
Enforcing the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs and the 1971 Convention on Psychotropic Substances.
Steve Winwood
   has played keyboards in   
Traffic
English, band years 1967-1969
"Mr. Fantasy"
   was released by   
Traffic
1968 - inducted in 1999
Dave Mason
   has played guitar in   
Traffic
English; co-founder of group
Reg Strikes Back
   features   
Heavy Traffic
1988
Fender Bender
   means   
A Minor Traffic Accident
Robert Wakefield
   was played by Michael Douglas in   
Traffic (2000)
Nominated, Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award for Best Actor (also for Wonder Boys)
Steve Winwood
   has played guitar in   
Traffic
Traffic
   released the single   
Heaven Is In Your Mind
1967; appears on "Mr. Fantasy"
Traffic
   released the single   
Mr. Fantasy
1967; appears on "Mr. Fantasy"
Traffic
   released the single   
Low Spark of High Heeled Boys
1971; 70's iconic tune from album of same name; written by Jim Capaldi and Steve Winwood
Traffic
   come from   
The U.K.
Traffic
   released the single   
Empty Pages
1970; from band's fourth studio album "John Barleycorn Must Die"; enduring acclaim; peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100
Traffic
   released the single   
Rainmaker
1971; from the band's "Low Spark of High Heeled Boys" album; longlasting popularity
Traffic
   released the single   
(Roamin' Through the Goamin' With) 40,000 Headmen
1968; classic; released on "Traffic"
Traffic
   released the single   
John Barleycorn Must Die
1970; title song from the band's fourth studio album; long lasting acclaim






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