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police officers


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. Plural form of police officer.


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  • Awestruck teenage girls had screamed and passed out at the prospect of meeting their hero; ambulances and huge phalanxes of police officers had had to be called in to quell the hysteria.

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  • The police officers had torn theMan o' Warposter from the wall and thrown it into the yard.

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  • The prosecutor turned on Nan: Did she dispute the facts of the shooting, as related under oath by Ms. Krug, by the medical examiner, by the E.M.T.s, by the Greenwich police officers and detectives—did she dispute their testimony under oath that she killed her husband, Guy VanVleet, by a single gunshot to the chest?

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  • Attendants were hugging baseball fans and police officers exchanged hi-fives with maintenance team members.

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  • He said good-bye to his wife then walked calmly out the door with the police officers of the Chinese Republic.

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  • I suspect it was simple awe at the inscrutable mechanics of his job rather than my sketchy journalistic skills, or discretion, that made me neglect to ask Frank Rizzo : Did he think Kenneth Moreno and Franklin Mata —the police officers recently acquitted of rape charges in the case of a drunken young woman—were innocent or guilty?

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  • Indeed, as clinical psychologist Joseph M. Carver points out, “law enforcement personnel have long recognized this syndrome, with battered women who fail to press charges, bail their battering husband/boyfriend out of jail, and even physically attack police officers when they arrive to rescue them from a violent assault.”


  • But what a scene ensued at Incheon International Airport near Seoul: upon arrival, we were met by some one hundred police officers in riot gear.

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  • He saw T. W. Collins standing with a woman and a few uniformed police officers a safe distance away from the bomb-squad activity and made his way over to speak to the sports attorney.


  • State-run Syrian TV blamed gunmen for Friday's unrest, saying they opened fire at demonstrators and security forces, killing a civilian in Idlib, another in the Damascus neighborhood of Qaboun and a police officers in Homs.

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