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Example Sentences for "officer"

A police officer visited our neighborhood to give us advice on how to prevent house break-ins.

A man claiming to be a police officer entered the home of an elderly woman, and stole all her valuables.

The officer commanded his troops to attack the fortress.

In 1981, army officer Jerry Rawlings took over the government of Ghana, dissolved Parliament, and suspended the Constitution.

The police are outraged at the fatal stabbing of an officer who stopped a car for speeding.

In March of 1796, Napoleon Bonaparte married Josephine, the widow of a former French officer executed during the revolution.

The officer shouted "Halt!" to the soldiers.

The officer inspected the soldiers' barracks to make sure that everything was perfectly clean, and in order.

A top military officer is believed to have been the intended victim of a bomb which blew up in the capital today.

The Norwegian Navy offered assistance to the Russians in rescuing the sailors, but the officer in charge denied it was needed.

The officer looked on passively as the soldiers raped the women of the village.

A police officer has been suspended without pay, pending an investigation into charges of brutality.

A police officer posed as a drug dealer to catch a local organized crime figure.

The officer was stripped of his rank after being found guilty of assaulting one of his men.

A police officer has been suspended without pay, pending an investigation into charges of corruption.

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