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  • noun Plural form of policewoman.

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Examples

  • The women in this town where strict Islamic customs pervade all aspects of daily life call the policewomen "whores" for working alongside Americans and men to whom they are not married, she says.

    Fighting is cultural, criminal for Afghan policewomen

  • The women in this town where strict Islamic customs pervade all aspects of daily life call the policewomen "whores" for working alongside Americans and men to whom they are not married, she says.

    Fighting is cultural, criminal for Afghan policewomen

  • The distinct, if unconscious, implication is that our adventures in BDSM are just one of many random exotica-erotica thingies to him - if he could have got just as turned on by naughty nurses or, God have mercy on us all, policewomen which is so not-my-thing - and so non-Mf - that it hurts we're definitely not on the same sexual wavelength.

    Juliette Has A Gun

  • The distinct, if unconscious, implication is that our adventures in BDSM are just one of many random exotica-erotica thingies to him - if he could have got just as turned on by naughty nurses or, God have mercy on us all, policewomen which is so not-my-thing - and so non-Mf - that it hurts we're definitely not on the same sexual wavelength.

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  • However, many other policewomen have quit under pressures from a community in which fundamental Islam is prevalent.

    Fighting is cultural, criminal for Afghan policewomen

  • Working in secretIn Zabul's provincial police headquarters, the lack of resources for policewomen and the extent of the community's hostility toward them is clear.

    Fighting is cultural, criminal for Afghan policewomen

  • However, many other policewomen have quit under pressures from a community in which fundamental Islam is prevalent.

    Fighting is cultural, criminal for Afghan policewomen

  • For example, policewomen search women at checkpoints and are sent into the female quarters of civilian compounds where insurgents often hide.

    Fighting is cultural, criminal for Afghan policewomen

  • Working in secretIn Zabul's provincial police headquarters, the lack of resources for policewomen and the extent of the community's hostility toward them is clear.

    Fighting is cultural, criminal for Afghan policewomen

  • For example, policewomen search women at checkpoints and are sent into the female quarters of civilian compounds where insurgents often hide.

    Fighting is cultural, criminal for Afghan policewomen

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