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Elisaveta felt uncomfortably unclean after she had passed through the policewoman's paws.
THE CREATED LEGENDFEODOR SOLOGUB
Young man, if this were a performance, you would be dealt with by our aesthetic policewoman.
THE HARLEQUINADEDION CLAYTON CALTHROP
She pulled up the anchor, but this time the policewoman did the rowing, and she rowed well.
Policewoman McLine is the only one that I could say that was definitely there.
WARREN COMMISSION (12 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. XII (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
The Policewoman reported that she was given every courtesy and assistance by both police and railway officials.
WOMEN AND WAR WORKHELEN FRASER
The prisoner expressed her relief and gratitude at being escorted by a Policewoman, and behaved well throughout the journey.
WOMEN AND WAR WORKHELEN FRASER
The prisoner was handed over to the Policewoman by the Policeman, and the Policewoman and her charge returned without trouble.
WOMEN AND WAR WORKHELEN FRASER
The Policewoman was armed with a warrant, railway vouchers and handcuffs.
WOMEN AND WAR WORKHELEN FRASER

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