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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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A WOMAN police constable became a lady in red to lure singing star Chris de Burgh to an RUC charity bash.
The photo showed faces of terrified girls aged 20 to 24, standing next to a woman police constable and a male suspect.
PETITE Lyn Clay, aged 19, was sworn in as a woman police constable with the Liverpool and Bootle Constabulary during a short ceremony at police headquarters, in Hardman Street, left.
Round of The Crescent, Cradley Heath, admitted assault causing actual bodily harm and also resisting a Woman Police Constable as she was trying to carry out an arrest.
Though a woman police constable is present in this case, no reason is being given for detaining the women.
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 6.15am on Sunday.