ossifer

ossifer

and occifer (ˈɑsəfɚ)
n. a police officer. (Also an ill-advised term of address.) Ask the occifer there if he wants to step outside and discuss it.
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Let's face it, if your eval reads "Pety Ossifer Shmukateli is a grate sailer," any selection board who sees it will spray coffee through their noses from laughing so hard before dismissing your package.
I'd kick de bucket freely--" (363); "My life, upon her faith, dar's no mistake" (355); "Cassio neber more be ossifer ob mine" (370); "De way I lub her really is a sin / And, when I doesn't, chaos comed again" (374); "No, Massa Iago, I prove before I doubt; / And when I prove, why den I sarbe her out" (375); "More could Iago chat, / If he'd but let de bag out of de cat" (376); "Farewell to de banjo and de cymbals / .