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plod

Brit slang a policeman
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Peter Plod moved closer, jabbed a finger on Dai's chest.
To find out more about The PLOD and to make a donation to the NECC team please visit www.
Tickets for the Gunpowder Plod and Fireworks Festival are available online at: www.
Patricia Wilkinson NECC director of training and skills development, and one of the team members, said of the event: "The Plod was incredibly challenging, but despite enduring hours of walking over really difficult terrain we all pushed ourselves very hard for the cause and all the aches and pains were well worth it.
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.
Multiple The Andrew Reid-trained Mr Plod was impressive when beating a subsequent winner over a furlong less here on his penultimate start and I doubt the extra distance is going to prove a stumbling block.
St Giles' Hospice, which has facilities at Sutton Coldfield and at Whittington, near Lichfield, will stage its festive fundraiser, the Christmas Pudding Plod, in Tamworth's Castle Gardens on the morning of Sunday, December 20.
GRAEME SOUNESS launched a scathing attack on Rafa Benitez and his "plod, plod, plod" side last night.
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.
Just as well he has his friend, Mr Plod, to chase the mischief makers on his police
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.