- n. Plural form of patrolman.
“In some cases we had there what you call patrolmen; they called them padarollers there.”
“I stopped a score of individual "patrolmen" on the street, flashed my shield and pictures, pressed dollar bills into their hands and asked questions in the best English-Spanish I could muster.”
“Kidnapped little girls wind up murdered; patrolmen pop pills.”
“Meanwhile, two highway patrolmen stood silently on either side of the room.”
“Outside the church, patrolmen walking the beat discovered that several thousand people were sleeping in a vacant lot across the street from Ebenezer.”
“Granted the two border patrolmen should have lost their jobs for lying to their boss, but prison was rather harsh.”
“Legally (if not financially), the border patrolmen would have been justified calling in an Army gunship.”
“At the end of half a day's fighting, the patrolmen had drawn off in wrecked boats, with one of their number killed and three wounded.”
“But the instructions of the Fish Commission were to the effect that the patrolmen should avoid complications, and this one, did we call on the higher powers, might well end in a pretty international tangle.”
“I put the Reindeer about on the other tack, ran up under the lee of a junk, shivered the mainsail into the wind and lost headway, and forged past the stern of the junk so slowly and so near that one of the patrolmen stepped lightly aboard.”
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