Mountie


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Mountie

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Informal a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
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Within this, Mountie revenue was up 16% at GBP132.6 compared to GBP114.6 million the year before.
It seems just a short wisp of time ago I bought the little Mountie. Over the past 60-plus years it's accounted for countless numbers tin cans, ground squirrels and jackrabbits.
It is Christmas Eve, but the Mountie has hitched up his dogs, and gone out into the white snow and black sky.
"One of the goals of the Mountie Superstar initiative is to recognize outstanding individuals from all aspects of our operations, since every member of our district team plays a vital role in the experience of our students, every day," noted Ramapo Central School District Deputy Superintendent Stephen Walker.
Reilly Schmidt heard from women who were stalked by male superiors, including former Mountie Lindsay Galloway.
In 2014, communities at least 62 miles from former Mountie forts during their settlement had 45 percent more homicides and 55 percent more violent crimes per capita than communities closer to former forts.
Mounties in Canada commandeered a snowmobile to follow a stolen tractor.
Policing the Great Plains: Rangers, Mounties, and the North American Frontier, 1875-1910
All because they got every bomb attack right, Mountie got the job done like a flying Canadian Mountie who always got his man.
ruin became [begged, altered, Ovid] Preston: a TV Mountie. A pencil, I
It's me holding my new certificate of citizenship and I'm pictured with a Mountie -- wide-brimmed black and gold hat, full red serge jacket -- looking something straight from an Eddie Nelson movie.