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cleanout

cleanout  n.— «Salvation comes in the form of large cleansing cool winds that sweep in from the northwest. But as luck would have it, Rochester is the last to benefit from Mother Nature’s air freshener. After pushing through Detroit Lakes...

rodeoing

rodeoing  n.— «The conservation officer indicated “rodeoing,” the term used to describe the use of motor vehicles to chase or keep deer moving, does not seem to be as big a problem as it used to be in the immediate area...

cellblock

cellblock  n.— «Pulled off the streets, stripped of guns and badges, kept inside four walls and away—as much as possible—from the public, officers who are put on desk duty because their conduct is under investigation find themselves far...

drugs ‘n’ thugs

drugs ‘n’ thugs  n.— «Rand Beers, a Foreign Service officer who handled intelligence, counterterrorism and peacekeeping issues on the National Security Council and was later assistant secretary of state for International...

slumper

slumper  n.— «A Linden police officer was dispatched to the back parking lot of a bar on North Bridge Street in reference to a “slumper,” according to Police Chief Pete VanDriessche. The police chief said a slumper is someone who has...

cranial-rectal inversion

cranial-rectal inversion  n.— «I learned that Officer Sam Morgan, of the California Highway Patrol, occasionally uses the term “cranial-rectal inversion” when referring to drivers of especially poor judgment, which was one of the most...

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