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po-po

slang The police or a police officer. Watch your back, Tom—po-po coming up behind us. They got a po-po stationed at the front.

popo

n. (Streets.) the police. The popo just picked up that stewed dude.
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According to Nowie, the group discovered a new supplier that will allow them to develop more seafood dishes on their menu, including The Sunny Side Cafeacute's Arroz de Marisco, Spicebird's Piri Piri Crab, Popo's Typhoon Shelter Prawns, and my all-time favorite Supermagic's Shrimp Rolls with Umami Dust.
All the victims were from Sitio Popo, Barangay Inayangan.
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Suzette Martey spotted two gunmen creeping up on Barrington Popo, 24, in Harlesden, North West London.
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By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO-4 August 2017:- As soon as we entered Benin, we visited Grand Popo, a peaceful little village by the ocean, with a pleasant atmosphere.
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Of principal concern in this study is how the political and economic concerns of the leaders of the polities in this area-Grand Popo, Little Popo, Porto Seguro (present-day Agbodrafo) and Agoue, all on the coasts of what are now the Republics of Benin and Togo-managed their affairs in ways that made trade with Europeans alternately possible and difficult.
It analyzes the deployment of touristic tropes in prominent US African American writing about Haiti during the US Occupation, primarily James Weldon Johnson's 1920 condemnation of the Occupation in the Nation and the Crisis, and two works of children's literature, Arna Bontemps and Langston Hughes' Popo and Fifina (1931) and Mary and John Jaspers' Henry and Henrietta: the Shield Alley Twins (1933-1934).
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