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  • noun Plural form of stationhouse.


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  • He toured precinct stationhouses to check on distribution, and he directed his officers to make sure the ice went only to the most desperate citizens on their beats.

    When the City Really Sizzled 2010

  • On the other hand, I've spent enough time at stationhouses to marvel at how clueless some of them are when dealing with the community.

    Culture Clubbing 2010

  • I've spent enough time in stationhouses around cops to know that they're not the automatons they sometimes seem on the street, and due to that curious catatonic way they have of talking, especially in front of television cameras.

    Culture Clubbing 2010

  • But no more Jocelyns and shop-girls who have been at stationhouses, if you please.

    Without a Home Edward Payson Roe 1863

  • He initiated safe haven laws across the country that usually allow mothers to drop off newborns with no questions asked at firehouses, hospitals or police precinct stationhouses.

    NYDN Rss OREN YANIV 2011


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