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traffic cop

[′traf·ik ‚käp]
(control systems)
The portion of a programmable controller's executive program concerned with input/output.
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The traffic cops started an initiative 'Police Pathshala' about one and a half years ago with an aim to bring change in the children's lives.
A traffic cop slapped on a citizen after arguments during motorbike challan in Preedy area.
We asked what qualifications she'd got to be a traffic cop. Had she passed her Advanced Driving Test, for instance?
Members of the public responding to the traffic cop's social media post said red light running was common up at Ainley Top roundabout.
Or rather, a traffic cop wouldn't be able to shake it down.In much the same spirit, a few days ago, there was a report that China had introduced its first series of robot police stations, where you go and key in or vocalise your problem 24/7 and you get automated services.
Thrilled and overjoyed as he was, the little boy carried out the duty of a traffic cop with a lot of enthusiasm.
EAMON Dunphy yesterday slammed James McCarthy - comparing him to a traffic cop who does "nothing".
A ROMANIAN traffic cop has been patrolling the streets of Coventry as part of an international operation.
Dubai's top traffic cop has said dangerous drivers should have their vehicles confiscated and sold at auction.
According to the 30-year-old star, the traffic cop let her off with a warning when he realised who she was.
I might have failed to become Humberside's Police and Crime Commissioner but at least I managed to do my bit as a traffic cop. And we've made sure that every time the pictures of my efforts are published, a percentage of the royalties goes to Help for Heroes.

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