attitude-adjuster

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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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Bill Rizzo is recognized as "the attitude adjuster." He is highly sought after as a motivational speaker, is a successful author, and standup comic.
The whip should be a persuader and never an attitude adjuster. And a horse should be a partner and never a servant.
ACTOR Darren Day went on trial yesterday accused of carrying a potentially lethal weapon dubbed an "attitude adjuster".
Madden is known as Slippers as his father, who was also an accomplished jockey and was fifth on Attitude Adjuster in the 1988 National, was nicknamed Boots.
Thousands have seen the YouTube clip in which an impressionist posing as Daniel tells Pat Kenny he beats his wife with a block of wood called an "attitude adjuster".
In fact, should things go well today, he will have no trouble locating the winner's enclosure, as he claims to have won a couple of hunter chases at Cheltenham in his heyday and also partnered Ten Cherries into fifth place at the festival behind Attitude Adjuster in 1986.
Dad - Niall 'Boots' Madden - was an accomplished jockey himself, who was fifth in on Attitude Adjuster in the 1988 National.
He was christened such because his boots were always too big for him, but he was no mean jockey himself, as shown by his fifth in the 1988 National aboard Attitude Adjuster. However, even before what happened yesterday, the son had already stamped himself as even better than the sire.
"He jumped as well as he does over normal fences when he schooled the other day and he seems in super shape," said Madden, who was only two years old when his father and namesake finished fifth in the National on Attitude Adjuster in 1988.
1986 - 4 (Dawn Run, Omerta, Buck House Attitude Adjuster)
For six years she lived in fear of Philip Stone's fists and his Attitude Adjuster - the name he had sadistically scratched on the pick axe handle he regularly bludgeoned her with.
Morris saddled Buck House to win at the Festival in 1983 [Supreme Novices'] and 1986 [Champion Chase] along with Foxhunter winner Attitude Adjuster in 1986 and Trapper John in the Stayers' 15 years ago, and he is hoping War Of Attrition could be his fifth success.
1986 4 Buck House, Omerta, Attitude Adjuster, Dawn Run
Two days later, Ted Walsh drove the Morris-trained Attitude Adjuster up the hill to win the Foxhunters.