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  • When we originally called a sherriff came out (?) and told us we could trap it and just throw it?

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  • My great grand father was a type of "sherriff" in the Mexican brick making town of Simon's.

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  • If you don’t hear from us in an hour, call the sherriff.

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  • It had formerly belonged to one of the principal lords of the city, whose name was Modoun Adalraham; but then was the property of a rich jewel merchant, to whom I paid for it only two sherriffs [Footnote: A sherriff is the same with a sequin.

    The Arabian Nights Entertainments - Volume 01

  • Tom Bosley, 83, a Tony Award-winning stage actor who enjoyed a long career on television, notably as the wry Cunningham patriarchon "Happy Days," a small-town sherriff on "Murder, She Wrote" and a crime-hunting priest on "The Father Dowling Mysteries," died Oct. 19 at a hospital near his home in Palm Springs, Calif.

    Tom Bosley, 'Happy Days' TV Dad

  • The town's deputy sherriff, Kyle Chandler, is trying to understand the situation as the town sinks into chaos.

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  • According to the speeches of apology I have heard the new sherriff make, he kinda presents a tone to me that says so be it.

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  • Oh and then there was the Texas sherriff in 1983 who was convicted of waterboarding suspects to win confessions.

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  • Maricopa County sherriff Joe Arpaio, right wing hero of the immigration wars, is may run for Senate in Arizona.

    The Morning Plum

  • Ms. Atari, 43 years old, remained in jail last week awaiting trial, thanks to U.S. marshals, Interpol, Virginia's attorney general and the Loudoun County sherriff.

    Crime and Punishment


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