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  • She had wanted nothing more in her life than to be a good cop.
  • Finally due to lack of evidence the cops are forced to let him go.
  • The two go into a shop and get free things as they are cops.
  • Being young and everything like that, we just sort of copped out.
  • The cop then tries to figure out how she died and, later, who killed her.
  • Angel tells him that those were some former cops who has turned to crime.
  • Suddenly the trees fell away, and the road brought him to a stone wall heavily coped. Cited from The Prince of India, by Lew. Wallace, Vol. 2
  • But it was only fast-breaking because the cops let it become one.
  • Sure enough, when he tests his theory, cops arrived at his designated location.
  • He is eventually fired from the police force and becomes a traffic cop.
  • If she would have had her way, the cops would have locked me up.
  • He tells her the cops are after him because of the fiction.
  • Two cops went to see the movie and spoke with the manager.
  • So they all go on the run and hide out from the cops.
  • So he put his cops out on the streets, not in cars.
  • College students have also been the target of various studies on the effects of social support on coping.
  • But it did not take me to sleep with me, if the cops were looking for me directly.
  • Both boys and girls have the same amount of trouble coping, but often show this in different ways.
  • Even when driving as a police car, the cops can still arrest the player.
  • Her suicide surprised her family who believed she had been coping with her depression.
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