The clashes left three dead and 21 injured, the latter included a Turkish policeman and a Turkish translator.
A policeman is on duty outside the embassy 24 hours a day in case he makes a break for the border.
As a direct result, they killed an MIT policeman and tried to steal his pistol and started on their final drive toward death.
A small town with a bazaar was about a half hour away, and they were all heading there when a policeman stopped them for speeding.
She asked him if he wanted to talk to the policeman who was with her.
I may have said policeman––I may have said anything in such a beastly situation.
I would dismiss every policeman at once, with thanks, if I were you.
The policeman failed to observe the parson's hiding one leg behind the other.
I am not sure that policeman Duffer would have recognized him.
And then he let out the policeman and brought him into the kitchen.
policeman po·lice·man (pə-lēs'mən)
An instrument, usually a rubber-tipped rod, for removing solid particles from a glass container.
enforcer: You had to bring in somebody who was as tough, or brutal, as they were. The kind of terminology for this role in hockey was ''policeman'' (1980s+)