Scotland Yard

NOUN
  1. the detective department of the metropolitan police force of London
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How To Use Scotland Yard In A Sentence

  • The case remains officially unsolved by Scotland Yard. Times, Sunday Times
  • He soon got over his surprise at being met by a Scotland Yard man, and took me as a matter of course. DEATH IN PURPLE PROSE
  • Scotland Yard is also recruiting linguists, notably those who speak Middle Eastern languages.
  • He received damages and an apology from Scotland Yard but the force did not admit liability. Times, Sunday Times
  • After the hasty departure of the two members of the Special Branch, we heard nothing from Scotland Yard for almost two days.
  • So thinks Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley, the New Scotland Yard man looking into a wealthy Cumbrian family's private deeds and secrets in the latest Lynley chronicle from Elizabeth George. In Brief: Mysteries
  • John O'Connor, a former Flying Squad commander at Scotland Yard, said that in "some cases" water cannon use was necessary. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • The casebook of Chief Detective Inspector Robert Fabian of Scotland Yard.
  • Detectives from Scotland Yard's art and antiques squad are hoping to return the possessions to their rightful owners.
  • Scotland Yard has set up an internet referral unit that deals directly with the main internet companies rather than going through the courts. Times, Sunday Times
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