from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A policeman or policewoman.
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- n. An officer in a law enforcement agency.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a member of a police force
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Miranda LeClair, 30, a former military police officer for the Navy, carried a sign that read: "Proudly served in silence for nine years."
Mr. Rizzo gave as an example Joseph Tacopina , police officer Kenneth Moreno's lawyer.
I even made mistakes—when the police officer asked what college I went to, I said, Dartvard.
In Baghdad, a bomb in a minibus parked outside a restaurant and nightclub in the Karradah neighborhood killed three passers-by and wounded at least nine, according to a police officer and a medic at the nearby Ibin al-Nafis hospital.
Former police officer and hard-core bodybuilder James Batsel is serving a life sentence for murder, shooting his victim nine times.
A police officer was putting cuffs on Velosovitch.
Fortunately, the police officer happened to be a small-stakes poker player who idolized Stuey.
When the picked up the car, George Anthony — a former police officer — and the impound lot manager both said it smelled like a dead body had been inside.
The French authorities, believing the visitors were English, sent out a police officer in a boat flying the tricolor and offered to help “the British admiral.”
A former police officer said that he and his family had seen a strange cluster of lights in the night sky near Paulden, Arizona.