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A vicious Twitter smear campaign against the Harry Potter author may have been the work of secret agents, says one British pol.Did MI5 Spies Troll J.K. Rowling Over Scottish Independence?|The Telegraph|June 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And people once thought Chris Christie was a New Jersey pol with an attitude problem.
In a bold move, Kentucky pol Elisabeth Jensen has vocalized her support of the Affordable Health Care Act in her bid for Congress.Meet the Kentucky Dem Running On, Not From, Obamacare|Jonathan Miller|April 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But win or lose, Bellows probably does have a future ahead of her—as the first pol to properly give voice to a rising generation.Pro-Pot, Pro-Gay, Anti-NSA… and Running for Senate|David Freedlander|April 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The North Carolina pol told undercover agents that he needed the money to help develop a feminine hygiene product called "Hers."
Pol said she had asked what was beyond his power, but suggested that they should pray that her desire might be granted.Legends & Romances of Brittany|Lewis Spence
Pol´-lux, β Geminorum, Ovid's "Pugil," the pugilist of the two brothers.A Field Book of the Stars|William Tyler Olcott
Polygon, pol′i-gon, n. a plane figure bound by a number of straight lines: a figure of many angles.
It is proverbial that by tre, pol, and pen, one may know the Cornish men.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
Next morning Pol Gentry was up bright and early, rattling the pot on the stove and grumbling to herself.Blue Ridge Country|Jean Thomas
British Dictionary definitions for pol (1 of 2)
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Word Origin and History for pol
1942, American English colloquial shortening of politician.