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“He was the "patil," or auxiliary policeman, responsible for settling small disputes in his own village.”
“They propagated that she had illicit relation with the police-patil of neighboring Dhusala village Siddhartha Gajbhiye, who was actually her cousin.”
“Passed out to Chang, Chang to patil to harper and SCORE!”
“Chang to patil to Chang to harper and ohhhh stolen by Mitford.”
“Anyways out to patil, to harper, back to patil and STOLEN!”
“After a time Hunsa was seen approaching, and with him the grey-whiskered _patil_.”
“Sookdee," Ajeet said, "if we can rouse the anger of the _patil_ --”
“As a respectable strong party of holy men, and a prince, they would gain the confidence of the merchant, even of the _patil_ of the village where he would rest for a night.”
“But the _patil_, thinking there would be little fight in a party of pilgrims and mendicants, called to his stickmen to bring help and they would beat these insolent ones and drive them on their way.”
“If the merchant is fat -- and when they attain wealth they always become fat -- he will be happy with us, Raja, thinking perhaps that he will escape a gift of money the _patil_ would exact.”
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