motorcycle policeman


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Noun1.motorcycle policeman - a policeman who rides a motorcycle (and who checks the speeds of motorists)motorcycle policeman - a policeman who rides a motorcycle (and who checks the speeds of motorists)
police officer, policeman, officer - a member of a police force; "it was an accident, officer"
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His father, Carl Herbert Skoog, was a World War I Navy veteran who was hired as a motorcycle policeman by Arlington Heights in 1925.
Keay, a retired motorcycle policeman and former speedway rider, has been a constant advocate of restoring the competition to its former glory days "Lot's of tracks are in danger of going out of business and I have to make sure that it doesn't happen to Redcar so, no matter how much I'd like to stage meeting, especially on it's 90th anniversary, I have to protect the future of the club.
Clashes: Right, and below, a motorcycle policeman burns as his colleague, left, tries to help him after protesters threw a petrol bomb in Athens.
A motorcycle policeman tries to remove his helmet as he burns after protesters throw a petrol bomb in Athens PICTURES: AP
PG Michel Poiccard, a small-time thief, steals a car and murders the motorcycle policeman who pursues him.
Pulled over by a motorcycle policeman for her driving, and with her friends shouting: "We'll come and visit you in jail!" it was clear that none of the fears most of us would have worried her remotely.
MOTORCYCLE policeman Anthony Jones, 37, of south Wales, denies hitting a schoolboy on the head with a heavy-duty monkey wrench in a fight over a chair.
A colleague of motorcycle policeman Malcolm Walker is to cycle 240 miles across America to raise money for the families of officers killed in the line of duty.
Many times their efforts in unraveling the causes behind a loss can require anything from analyzing carpet and wood fibers to computer-modeling a burst underground pipe to measuring the action in each frame of a home video to prove that a motorcycle policeman was not speeding when he accidentally struck a child running across a street.
A painting and sculpture in a recent show at Alexander and Bonin in New York depicted episodes from the life of a certain Officer Fellows, a 1920s motorcycle policeman whom Benedict portrays on a desolate nocturnal highway, racing past the beacon of a northeastern lighthouse.
This evening the retired Cleveland motorcycle policeman takes full charge of his seven riders as team manager - the third person to take the reins on race night this year with usual boss Jitendra Duffill and stand-in for the last two meetings Jade Mudgway both unavailable.

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