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Chief Constable

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  • As a result of this conversation strings were pulled, a Chief Constable was tactfully approached and prevailed upon to request that the Harsch case should be taken over by Scotland Yard.

    The Key

  • She sent the statement to the Chief Constable of the County, who passed it on to Inspector Breardon.

    Death at the Opera

  • Mr. Cassius was full of his woes, and tackled the Chief Constable as soon as the latter arrived at Cuchester police station.

    The Dancing Druids

  • At Highwaters, in the parish of Kepesake, there lives Colonel Sir Leo Pursuivant, Chief Constable of the county and an extremely nice old boy.

    The Case of the Late Pig

  • ‘Come, come!’ said the Chief Constable ill-temperedly.

    The Dancing Druids

  • From the house behind him came the sound of voices and Oates and the poker-backed Chief Constable appeared in the porch.

    Coroner's Pidgin

  • Neither Mr. Campion nor the Coroner was in the room, but they had both been seen to arrive at the inn when those of the jury who wished to do so were viewing the body, and they were supposed, by those interested, to be somewhere in the back with the Chief Constable and Stanislaus Oates.

    Coroner's Pidgin

  • ‘Not when you used to go ski-ing in the old days,’ said the Chief Constable with a reminiscent chuckle.

    The Dancing Druids

  • ‘She says she doesn’t know a thing about Battle,’ said the Chief Constable peevishly to Mrs. Bradley, later, ‘except that he belonged to a Fascist organization and had to “disappear” as a precautionary measure.

    The Dancing Druids

  • ‘Proceeding, as per instructions, to drive Mr. Denis to Slepe Rock, sir,’ George began, ignoring the fact that the Chief Constable had been addressed.

    The Dancing Druids

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