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- n. The chief of police of most territorial UK police forces, except the Metropolitan Police and City of London Police.
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- n. the head of the police force in a county (or similar area)
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We set out after them in a speeding taxi and a ruckus ensued, and this series of events led us to be escorted out of the city by our new friend, the chief constable Mumbao Reynaulds, who we have come to call fondly Burt Reynolds, at his kind suggestion.
At the moment the cause of the accident is unknown, but Scotland Yard officials (called in by Lieutenant Colonel Percy Beller, chief constable for the district) are understood to believe that high explosives were instrumental in causing the disaster.