London force

London force

[′lun·dən ‚fȯrs]
(physical chemistry)
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When the chief constable announced in May that the Met would review its findings there were concerns of a conflict of interest, denied by Police Scotland and the London force.
Parm Sandhu, 55, a temporary chief superintendent, claims the London force denied her promotion because of her race and gender.
A skilled cop is transferred from the London force to a quiet village with next to no crime.
Differences in the structure of fatty acids caused differences in the London force. The dipole-generated interactions arising from the movement of electrons in oleic acid molecules are stronger than that of linoleic acid molecules.
Last night the London force said Rahman, aged 20, had been charged with preparing acts of terrorism as well as assisting Imran in terror planning.
The list of stolen goods taken from the London force adds up to tens of thousands of pounds.
Armed police officers from the City of London force on St Mary Street, | CardiffPETER BOLTER
The London force pays the sum to a maintenance firm every time a bulb "urgently" needs replacing.
McMorran, later in partnership with George Whitby (1916-73), would go on to design other admirable police buildings, notably the one in Wood Street, with its attendant residential tower, for the City of London force. This Portland stone palazzo, of 1959-66, is now celebrated as the supreme post-war example of how the classical language can be intelligently and elegantly adapted to modern conditions.
The badge, which read "I've met the Met" and is used by the London force for marketing purposes, was stuck to the car.

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