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po·lice·man

(pō-lēs'măn),
An instrument, usually a rubber-tipped rod, for removing solid particles from a container, particularly the walls of that container.

policeman

/po·lice·man/ (pah-lēs´min) a glass rod with a piece of rubber tubing on one end, used as a stirring rod and transfer tool in chemical analysis.

po·lice·man

(pó-lēs'măn)
An instrument, usually a rubber-tipped rod, for removing solid particles from a glass container.
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PESHAWAR -- Junior rank officers were assigned duties even on key posts due to shortage of senior police officers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police as federal and provincial governments have failed to address the longstanding issue of shortage of senior police officers in the militancyhit province.
Chief Gemme, Mayor Petty, thank you for having such a professional and levelheaded young police officer patrolling our streets.
Chief Inspector Martyn Stone said: "Mobile speed camera units are staffed by police-employed personnel and there is no requirement for camera operators to be police officers.
At the same time, police officer Edison Lagua, reported missing earlier, was found and underwent debriefing at a police station in Rizal town, Villaroman said.
Loss of 22 police officer posts and 15 police staff posts Saving - pounds 1,108,790.
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It's) a slap in the face to every active Burbank police officer.
With this in mind, how familiar do police officers need to be with the current state of the law?
That's not right," said Charles Roberts, who spent 34 years as a police officer before ending his career as a deputy superintendent in charge of the department's training.
I have decided that the best way to present my personal perspective on being a police officer lawyer is to discuss the positive and negative aspects of this career combination.
When Eisenberg, in her official capacity, went over to see what was going on, "a police officer whacked me with his horse's flank and sent me flying.
In over 30 years as Commonwealth attorney for Fairfax County, Robert Horan had never charged a police officer with a crime.

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