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slang A police officer. The term is typically used on CB radio. Some county-mounty pulled me over for speeding, boys.
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n. a highway patrol officer. (Citizens band radio.) There’s a county-mounty waiting under that bridge ahead of you.
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The Mounties hoped to net Blackledge after his old associate, The Weasel, was arrested in Florida in 1991 for conspiracy to smuggle 10 tons of cocaine.
Well, as the season finale revealed to fans, she had, in fact, been told that Jack died while on duty as a Mountie.
Robert Sopuck, a Conservative Member of the Canadian Parliament -- and keen hunter -- was elated the Mounties decided to stick with tradition.
However, when the first female Mounties were hired in 1974, many male Mounties resented the presence of women on the force.
To demonstrate the role of the Mounties, I compared settlements that in the late 1890s were near Mountie forts with those that were not.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), colloquially known as the Mounties, identified the man as Seyed Amir Hossein Raisolsadat, a student at the University of Prince Edward Island.
If we did recruit modern Mounties they should wear cowboy hats and be able to roll a cigarette one-handed while in the saddle like Clint Eastwood when he was Rowdy Yates, be expert in the use of a lasso to hogtie and hang upside down from trees litter louts, carry a Winchester 73 in case of attack by Apaches (you never know round Marsden) and a branding iron to use on sheep rustlers as a warning to stay away from Wild West Yorkshire - and on flashers.
The Mounties were gunned down Wednesday evening while responding to a
Mounties in Canada commandeered a snowmobile to follow a stolen tractor.
Policing the Great Plains: Rangers, Mounties, and the North American Frontier, 1875-1910
A hilarious cast of distinctively Canadian characters celebrate the Twelve Days of Christmas with Mounties munching on donuts, squirrels curling and hockey players leaping.
The Paris Mounties Junior C hockey club is looking for a break on their ice rental charges at the Brant Sports Complex.
The government sent a special police patrol to investigate, and thus began an epic tale of Mounties pursuing their man.
The Mounties always get their men, and they got one happy newly-minted Canadian with a wide smile and a proud heart.