from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or pertaining to the police.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective rare Relating to the police.
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- adjective archaic Relating to the
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Indeed a Lexs Nexis search for the phrase "policial optics" almost exclusively returns Canadian publications.
So attaching good legislion to bad legision is the kind of policial moves that fail to get things done.
I find it incomprehensable that the policial leaders in our this wonderful country of ours would past such a terrible bill with the 'pork' all throughtout it.
Nós do Pão e Rosas nos colocamos de pé, ao lado de Januário e todos os negros e negras que sofrem com o racismo e a violência policial.
No Ms. Waters, many Neanderthals would be very disgusted by the wanton policial behaviour of the Republicans.
Segundo informações do Sindicato dos Trabalhadores da USP, o Sintusp, a última vez em que houve uma intervenção policial no campus da Cidade Universitária foi em 1979, há exatamente 30 anos atrás, nos tenebrosos tempos da ditadura militar, e contando com um efetivo de 10 ou 15 policiais desarmados.
But this is not the case because the policial establishment and special interests have too much invested in the military-industrial complex to allow a significant reduction even given the dire economic straits we are in right now. richard vajs
What about other educated and experienced policial figures???
Frankly, I also thought that both of them were quite the same (albeit from different policial party).
The saving alone would be billions of dollars, All the policial appointments need go.