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plod

Brit slang a policeman
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Tickets for the Gunpowder Plod and Fireworks Festival are available online at: www.
The Plod itself, which started at midnight, proved to be extremely challenging for all those involved.
I believe that for a moment in my childhood I did honestly think I ran a watch factory, that PC Plod was my right-hand man and that Spider was also a fierce Alsatian, at the ready to protect our valuable products from burglars and competitors alike.
Helen Relihan, the charity's head of fundraising, said: "Taking part in the Christmas Pudding Plod is the perfect way to get some fresh air and exercise and have some fun with the family this Christmas.
RUNNERS are now being invited to sign up for this year's Life Style Porthkerry Plod, which will take place at 10am on Sunday, April 19.
What it comes down to is plod, plod, plod as opposed to any dramatic takeoffs.
Instead we just plod along and hope for super boy to do all the work.
Which is why, no doubt, they admit to a rise in violent crime, for any idiot knows that if you've had your head kicked in, you call the plod.
The show was set in and around magical Toy Town where Noddy lives with pals Mr Wobbly, Clockwork Mouse, Bumpy Dog and, of course, Mr Plod.
The North East Chamber of Commerce (NECC) is backing staff who are taking part in an overnight Plod walk - an endurance event which will test their stamina, teamwork and co-ordination.
THEY call him Plod because he quietly goes about his business and yesterday Luke Donald snuck to the top of the leaderboard to launch his bid to make a Ryder Cup comeback.
I TOO can remember the long plod through the snow to school.