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Sentence count:169+83 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-24Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: guardpatrolshieldwatchSimilar words: policypoliticalpoliticallypoliticiansymbolicCatholicslicemetropolitanMeaning: [pə'lɪːs]  n. the force of policemen and officers. v. maintain the security of by carrying out a control. 
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1. Riot police broke up a demonstration by students.
2. Police used water cannon and tear gas against demonstrators.
3. My suspicions were confirmed when police raided the property.
4. The travellers say the police are hounding them.
5. The police still haven't found the murder weapon.
6. Police arrested several men, who were later released.
7. The thief is wanted by the police.
8. Police used tear gas to disperse the demonstrators.
9. Police attempts to infiltrate neo-Nazi groups were largely unsuccessful.
10. African-Americans have been complaining about police harassment for years.
11. Police will conduct random breath tests.
12. Four police officers sustained serious injuries in the explosion.
13. The police scattered the disorderly crowd.
14. It's a matter for the police .
15. He asked to be put under police protection.
16. The police unearthed a skeleton in his garden.
17. Police were reconstructing the movements of the murdered couple.
18. Shortly afterwards, police arrested four suspects.
19. Black John was savaged by the police.
20. The suspects are under police surveillance.
21. Police are planning sterner measures to combat crime.
22. The local police took swift action against the squatters.
23. The police asked me questions all day.
24. The police apparently thought this explanation perfectly reasonable.
25. One of the gangsters was caught by the police.
26. Five pickets were arrested by police.
27. The police are pursuing an escaped prisoner.
28. The police stopped him for exceeding the speed limit.
29. The report was sharply critical of the police.
30. Every kind of peaceful cooperation among men is primarily based on mutual trust and only secondly on institutions such as courts of justice and police
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