Paul Blart: Kehillah Cop
(a type of Jewish community in eastern Europe)

Paul Blart: Platonic Cop
(of, relating to, or characteristic of Plato or his philosophy)

Paul Blart: Lathery Cop
(covered with soapy lather)

Paul Blart: Sixtyeight Cop
(the cardinal number immediately following sixty-seven and preceding sixty-nine)

Paul Blart: Duodenal Cop
(pertaining to a duodene)

Paul Blart: Reprivatization Cop
(the process or an instance of returning to private ownership)

Paul Blart: Mailed Cop
(covered with or made of plates of mail)

Paul Blart: Serotina Cop
(the decidua serotina (which see, under decidua))

Paul Blart: Lofty Cop
(of imposing height)

Paul Blart: Sparta Cop
(a city-state of ancient Greece in the southeast Peloponnesus. Settled by Dorian Greeks, it was noted for its militarism and reached the height of its power in the sixth century BC. A protracted rivalry with Athens led to the Peloponnesian Wars (460–404) and Sparta's hegemony over all of Greece. Its ascendancy was broken by Thebans in 371)

Paul Blart: Saxon Cop
(a member of a West Germanic tribal group that inhabited northern Germany and invaded Britain in the fifth and sixth centuries AD with the Angles and Jutes)

Paul Blart: Venetia Cop
(a historical region of northeast Italy between the Po River and the Alps. Named after the Veneti, a people who settled the area c. 1000 BC, it was joined with Istria by Augustus to form a separate province. The area was devastated by the Huns in the 5th century, but its towns later became powerful city-states, with Venice becoming dominant by the 15th century. It passed to Austria in 1797 and to Italy in 1866. )

Paul Blart: Receptary Cop
(commonly received or accepted but not proved; uncertain)

Paul Blart: Coffles Cop
(a group of animals, prisoners, or slaves chained together in a line)

Paul Blart: Melted Cop
(simple past tense and past participle of melt)

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