policeman's helmet


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policeman's helmet

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(Plants) a Himalayan balsaminaceous plant, Impatiens glandulifera, with large purplish-pink flowers, introduced into Britain
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Having confounded my enemy," he continued, smiling, "by an embarrassing situation, a little argument, and the distant view of a policeman's helmet.
1928: A policeman's helmet and a bunch of red roses were among the pictures shown on John Logie Baird's first television transmission in colour at Baird Studios, London.
Whether he's working a zebra costume, a policeman's helmet, or just posing for the hell of it, he knows how to work the camera.
15If you are pregnant and need a wee, you can legally relieve yourself anywhere, even in a policeman's helmet.
BATTLING Ben Baddeley gets to wear a policeman's helmet after taking his NHS campaign all the way to No10 Downing Street.
ONE of West Yorkshire's most celebrated detectives has said he is "appalled" that the force has ditched the traditional policeman's helmet.
EVENTS 1928: A policeman's helmet and a bunch of red roses were among the pictures shown on John Logie Baird's first television transmission in colour at Baird Studios, London.
But she ruins her night out by drinking too much and wearing a policeman's helmet - a fashion crime if nothing else.
This young St Cuthbert's pupil tries a policeman's helmet for size while PC Mark Leadbitter, top, gets Serren Bullock, four, and Ebeenezer Afonne, three, on the right wavelength
For reasons unknown he had a toy policeman's helmet on his head (I later discovered the reason was simply that he was an extremely immature human being).
Special constable Peter Lightfoot laid into Mark, who served on the frontline in Afghanistan, raining down blows - and even hitting him with his policeman's helmet.
A policeman's helmet endows the owner with a sense of authority.