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attitude-adjuster

A club that can be used to make people comply, often a police officer's baton. Although the officer threatened to use his attitude-adjuster, the group of teens didn't seem remotely scared. In the midst of the chaos was a police officer using his attitude-adjuster to try to direct traffic.

attitude-adjuster

n. a police officer’s nightstick; any club. Andy had a black attitude-adjuster hanging from his belt, and I wasn’t going to argue with him.
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Again, I'm not saying that all public adjusters are bad.
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He said that if the bill did pass, public adjusters would need to be regulated.
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Axis already operates in Europe, North and Latin America, Africa, Asia, Caribbean and Oceania, Global Adjusters chairman and managing director Alan Henry said.
* Hurricane Katrina stretched the adjuster pool to its limits, and put a spotlight on the differences between adjusters employed by insurance companies versus independent adjusting firms.
When you finally get through to the adjuster who is handling the claim, you are exasperated by fruitless settlement negotiations because the adjuster will not budge from an unreasonably low offer.
* Experienced outside recovery legal counsel to help coordinate all activities (especially inviting potentially responsible parties to retain adjusters to assess the property damage during their own investigations).
This adjuster could be an employee of your insurance company, or an independent adjuster hired by your insurer.
As a result, the property adjuster must have a broad
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