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(1) A police constable is handling all inquiries.
(2) Constable was a great English artist.
(3) Have you finished your report, Constable?
(4) Could you please help me, Constable?
(5) He was a constable at Sutton police station.
(6) The constable had reasonable grounds for arresting her.
(7) I recognised the uniform of a police constable.
(8) He was accompanied by a Detective Constable.
(9) The constable was on leave and wearing civilian clothes.
(10) The police arrived, three stripes followed by a constable.
(11) Constable is probably England's most famous landscape artist.
(12) Thanks for your help(Sentencedict.com), Constable.
(13) This includes the board and the chief constable.
(14) The Chief Constable had been quite nice, Kate conceded.
(15) His concern has been reflected by the chief constable.
(16) A Chief Constable has ordered a full inquiry.
(17) A young constable coughed with embarrassment.
(18) A detective constable was working away in a corner.
(19) Who knows why he attacked the young constable?
(20) Perhaps the constable who carried out the test was merely having a run of bad luck.
(21) The county's chief constable, who heads a national committee on crime(sentencedict.com), says he hasn't the resources to cope.
(22) An hour later a police constable went to the house to confirm Mr Hutchinson's fears.
(23) Constable Collins liked shrimp and often bought a tub of them when he was down on the Front.
(24) For Don Dovaston, assistant chief constable of Derbyshire police, a series of schoolgirl murders made that mark run deeper.
(25) The constable must not be exceeding his authority, such as detaining a person without a power of arrest.
(26) The painting my grandfather gave me turned out to be a Constable.
(27) The Peeping Tom was not himself likely in the circumstances to resort to violence, and the constable was certainly not.
(28) Ed Shedd has been promoted to sales manager at Constable.
(29) Bobby sighed and turned to the chairman but he was in earnest conversation with a ponderous constable.
(30) In due course, she was charged with and convicted of obstruction of a police constable in the execution of his duty.
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