Ervine

Irv

and Ervine and Irvine
n. a police officer. (see also Charlie Irvine.) Tsup, Irv? Tell Ervine to go catch a speeder or something.

Ervine

verb
See Irv
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Progressive Unionist Party Assembly member David Ervine said he was confident the IR A would make a move towards disarmament and claimed it would do so to remain in power in the executive at Stormont.
Officers also recovered PS3,210 in cash when Ervine, of Ballymacash Park, Lisburn, Co Antrim, was first arrested and which he accepted was "criminal property".
CRAIG Ervine scored his maiden one-day international century to guide Zimbabwe to a stunning seven-wicket victory over World Cup finalists New Zealand in the first ODI match at Harare.
Wallace took up the fight, hitting nine fours in his breezy 70-ball innings to help his side past the 200 mark and beyond as Ervine wrapped up the tail around him.
HAMPSHIRE'S Sean Ervine made an unbeaten century as Glamorgan lost the initiative of a good start in their LV= County Championship Division Two clash.
James Vince and Sean Ervine added 116 in 19 overs but the spinners then broke the chase.
HAMPSHIRE ROYALS take on Glamorgan Dragons at the Rose Bowl today and the home fans may well be treated to some more heroics from all-rounder Sean Ervine, writes James Milton.
John Crawley's 65 in the Hawks' 206-7 and two quick wickets each for Warne and Sean Ervine - as Warwickshire's reply slumped to 4-21 in eight overs - set the home side on their way.
The cameras poignantly capture the late PUP leader David Ervine good-humouredly laughing when he is caught out by the Belfast TV star.
Ervine each scoring half-centuries as their side won with 11 balls to spare.
ZIMBABWEAN Sean Ervine produced a fine display with bat and ball to haul Hampshire back into their Liverpool Victoria County Championship Division One clash with Lancashire at Old Trafford yesterday.
The battling Bears looked doomed after former Zimbabwe international Sean Ervine continued his love affair with the competition with a blistering 100 as Hampshire romped to 290 all out.
Leader David Ervine predicted last year that the constituency office was in danger of closure because of a funding crisis in the party.
Leading Unionist David Ervine said the Combined Loyalist Military Command had told him it did not authorise the attack.
During some of the worst years of the conflict he and other senior loyalists, including Gusty Spence and David Ervine, started formulating strategies to move from violence to politics.