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Anyone who can't see how corrupted our polices are by the arms-dealer front group known as the NRA isn't looking very hard.

Pushing more lenient sentencing polices was not going to be the White House's priority straight out of the gate.

When it comes to corruption and Congress, the line the law polices is the wrong line, writes Lawrence Lessig.

Since the app is already live Mikandi intends to alter it to comply with the new polices.

Yet while the World Trade Organization strictly polices tariffs, currency is "not our department."

One section polices the camp within the company police limits.

It was a clever idea to paint up the side of the Chief of Polices barn!

It polices the coast as the navy polices the ocean, and its duties are as varied as they are weighty and important.

The society now protects and polices about one hundred of these refuges, which, of course, are worthless unless thus protected.

When not thus occupied, he either polices the premises to guard against intrusion, or is away in search of food.

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On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to polices, such as: badge, bear, blue, cop, corps, and detective.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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