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noun as in cannon fodder

noun as in ranger

noun as in state trooper

noun as in warrior

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The governor said additional state troopers will be assigned to every county in an “all-hands-on-deck” operation designed to prevent what he called superspreader events and to educate the public about existing restrictions.

Police said the crash that occurred shortly before midnight in Arlington County sent a state trooper to the hospital.

One officer who allegedly tried to get a state trooper to dismiss his cousin’s drunken driving charge returned to work in 2017 after striking a deal for pretrial intervention, according to court documents and a news story.

On two occasions, a state trooper looked for Mouser at the home Stewart shared with her mother and stepfather.

Those two partial days of searching, in December 1987 and April 1988, were all that troopers devoted to finding Mouser, records show.

Eric Frein eluded Pennsylvania police for seven weeks after he allegedly killed a state trooper with a sniper shot.

The trooper reached with her right hand for her expandable baton.

“Marijuana has been around for a long time,” Colorado State Trooper Nate Reid tells The Daily Beast.

And the trooper says, ‘Has anybody you know that lives near the girls been up to this camp?’

Not that one really needs a reason to dress up like Chewbacca or a Storm Trooper.

She held it while the trooper bent over the strange scrawl, and ran his eyes along it to learn the context.

Why didn't he send a trooper to report at once instead of wasting time in going to Stony Crossing?

If there should happen t' be a stray trooper hangin' round there, the same would be mighty awkward for you fellers.

"There's one road to advancement, and you know where to find the trooper's duty laid down plain," he said, with a dry smile.

The trooper went out, and when his comrade came in, Stimson laid a strip of paper before him.


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