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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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The complainant inmate pretended to agree with the accused policewoman, and informed the prison management about her.
The policewoman said she offered to call an ambulance but the woman said it wasn't necessary.
She said she had sat with the pair and drank two rum and colas before retiring to bed, after offering to call and even pay for a taxi for the policewoman to return home.
In response to a query from Pajhwok Afghan News, the media office of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said, the policewoman was being interrogated in police custody and ISAF could not comment on the ongoing investigation.
An Emirati policewoman told the prosecutors that she accompanied the suspect to Dubai Hospital, where the crystals were extracted.
PC Underhill, who was based in Marlow, joined the force in May 2003 after declaring at the age of seven she wanted to be a policewoman when she grew up.
Our news story did not record whether she was Brighouse's first policewoman - in 1950 she must have been one of the first.
When we reached the police lab she asked to use the bathroom," the policewoman said.
A policewoman also suffered a slight eye injury while the owner of the second house was treated at the scene for shock.
A hotel manageress yesterday repeatedly denied that jealousy and anger drove her to push a policewoman who had ended up in bed with her and her chiropractor boyfriend.
THE first British policewoman, Edith Smith, was sworn in by Grantham Borough Police Force in 1915, making her the first with full powers of arrest.
Morvern Callar star Kathleen dressed up as policewoman on Saturday night, alongside 44 other screaming women to celebrate sibling Karen's forthcoming wedding.