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Constable

John. 1776--1837, English landscape painter, noted particularly for his skill in rendering atmospheric effects of changing light
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ASHLEY'S rant at a woman police constable was unforgivable.
The judge said the proceedings arose "out of a notorious robbery which occurred on November 18, 2005, which resulted in the death of a woman police constable and the serious wounding of another".
The woman police constable had spotted the man in the station foyer as he walked in at around 6.
The woman police constable, 39, told how Supt Clive Howells cupped her breast at an officer's farewell party.
Yesterday afternoon, a police spokesperson said: ``The death of the officer, a woman police constable aged 35, is not being treated as suspicious at this time.
It came just a month after a 24-year-old woman police constable, who also serves in the north of the county, was suspended after allegedly being found in possession of drugs while on duty.
Black assaulted a woman police constable and tried to swallow a bag of drugs during a violent struggle with four officers.
Yesterday a woman police constable stood at the front door of the house as neighbours left floral tributes.