policeman


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The policeman having requested his prisoners for so, truly, they might be called-to descend, conducted them into a room with barred windows, and said: "You will appear before Judge Obadiah at half-past eight.
It's not the first time, either," said the policeman, severely, shaking his head.
Because it was a village policeman who knew the scarecrow was there, was expecting it, and therefore took no notice of it.
With massive dignity the policeman entered the restaurant.
The policeman considers him an imbecile civilian, a remnant of the barbarous watchmen times, but gives him admission as something that must be borne with until government shall abolish him.
The policeman looked up, and, catching his eye, raised his finger to admonish silence.
They tied a policeman and the bear back to back and put the bear into the Moyka Canal.
It was well he did, for just beneath stood a policeman.
The attendant was besieged by questions, but he was sitting on the step of the car, in the shadow of a policeman, with his head buried in his hands, and he did not once look up.
A policeman on a street corner eyed him suspiciously, then noted his sailor roll.
On the other side a brewery waggon was locking with the coal waggon, and an east-bound Kearny Street car, wildly clanging its gong, the motorman shouting defiance at the crossing policeman, was dashing forward to complete the blockade.
A policeman came charging down the sidewalk and bounced through the doors into the saloon.