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  • noun US A Ford Crown Victoria motor car

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Examples

  • The venerable Crown Vic has been the vehicle of choice for most police departments in the United States for two decades, but it is taking retirement late in 2011.

    New Ford Taurus police car to replace retiring Crown Vic

  • He unlocks the door to his Crown Vic, puts the manilla envelope onto the passenger seat, and drives off.

    The Fergus Incident

  • But it is not just me, because I was in a taxi the other day and I was talking to the taxi driver driving an old Crown Vic and he is spending $1,000 a month on gasoline now.

    CNN Transcript May 10, 2008

  • But it is not just me, because I was in a taxi the other day and I was talking to the taxi driver driving an old Crown Vic and he is spending $1,000 a month on gasoline now.

    CNN Transcript May 11, 2008

  • The sleek sedan has popped up in many departments -- most visibly the NYPD, which is trying out the Impala on a "50-50 basis" with the Crown Vic.

    Police: Cop-Car Woes

  • They walked into the parking garage and found her car-a government Crown Vic so dirty that it looked like it was in desert camouflage.

    The Narrows

  • As she backed the Crown Vic out she noticed a cab pull to a stop in the parking lot.

    The Narrows

  • The woman in the Crown Vic turned up right on time.

    Echo Burning

  • Then they walked over and climbed into the Crown Vic and the driver backed up and swung through the brush.

    Echo Burning

  • The Mercedes roared past and the Crown Vic pulled out into the hot blast of its slipstream.

    Echo Burning

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