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- Nixon was a District Inspector in the Royal Irish, later Royal Ulster, Constabulary who was sacked in 1924 for making a fiercely unionist speech at an Orange function.
- Outside the schoolroom there was much to excite a boy - fair-days, the Royal Irish Constabulary, the donkey races, the pig-killings, the fights outside the public houses, the drumming of the Orange parades and the occasional riots.
- Rioting became common and the British Army had to be called in to replace the overstretched Royal Ulster Constabulary.
- ONE of the most hated organisations in the Philippines, the Constabulary, was disbanded on December 31st.
- Firstly, the Ulster Special Constabulary, invented to supplement the main police force, was derived largely from the former Ulster Volunteer Force.
- THE ALLEGATION that the Royal Ulster Constabulary contains an "Inner Circle" of officers preparing private lists of IRA suspects and working against the Anglo-Irish agreement has lent a new dimension to the security force-loyalist collusion saga.
- At last she was satisfied that the local constabulary would diligently seek the animal, and departed.
- The Pribram constabulary caught the offenders, three girls and two boys aged between 13 and 14.
- Your dear new uncle-in-law whom I was fortunate enough to encounter on the morning train from Paddington agrees that it would be nice if our friends from the constabulary were to join us."
- I handed over a Ford transit van and its human contents to the Sussex constabulary.
- ENGLAND'S second warm-up match for the Nehru Trophy may not have been the biggest event here yesterday (of the 100 or so people who turned up, about a dozen were neither sponsors nor members of the Delhi constabulary), but it did, by happy chance, provide near-perfect practice for their opening group match against Sri Lanka tomorrow.
- Italy got around this by declaring the Gulf operation an "international constabulary measure".
- The organisation claimed he was a Catholic who had been involved with the Army, the Royal Ulster Constabulary and loyalist terrorists.