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

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 maid said she attacked the policewoman because the latter would not help her contact her embassy.
Another policewoman said she saw the accused stripping naked and cursing her colleague.
A PREGNANT policewoman was allegedly dragged across the ground and choked with a veil by two teenage girls during an attempt to escape from detention.
The policewoman said she offered to call an ambulance but the woman said it wasn't necessary.
Police and security officials said one man who was detained had ties to Amedy Coulibaly, the gunman who killed a policewoman on January 8 and then four more people at a kosher supermarket on January 9 before being killed by security forces.
The former Merseyside policewoman who worked to expose criminals for a living tried to hide her face with a scarf and sunglasses at court.
The policewoman returned at 11pm and, finding the man there, drove him out, cautioning him." The outbreak of the First World War meant many women enrolled to fill the gaps in the ranks created by the large numbers of policemen who enlisted in the army.
The watchdog's probe also uncovered how the senior officer, when interviewed under caution, did not disclose the amount of phone contact he actually had with the policewoman who worked in his unit.
Qandi is the fourth policewoman killed in the last seven months in Helmand.
The current ratio is a dismal one policewoman for every 10,000 women in the country.
"She was very excited and told me that when she saw me on television she was encouraged to serve as a policewoman. I was surprised," Bayz said in her office, bedecked with flowers from well-wishers.
A policewoman from eastern Afghanistan who spoke on condition of anonymity said she was the only female of more than 20 people working at her checkpoint.