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train  n.— «The police call it the Neighborhood Enforcement Stabilization Task Force, a unit charged with aggressively enforcing quality-of-life crimes, but people in the neighborhood ominously refer to it as “the train...


 n.— «L-E-O: Law enforcement officer.» —“Slang used by the Rainbow Family” Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Wash.) July 3, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

wheels up

wheels up  adj.— «But the minute the last leader’s white-topped helicopter took off at the crack of dawn Friday—went “wheels up,” in the parlance of law enforcement officers—coastal Georgians rushed to resume normal summertime...