Without context, difficult to decipher. Most likely the "two-three" was an assigned area or neighborhood for a specific police unit to cover.Jimmy: Sarah, Baba, this is Pat Dougherty. Used to run the two-three.
No idea. As a guess, I'd say that the Tricorner is a bar or pub or some sort of gathering place where the officer in question tends to hang out. But without more context I cannot say for certain.Jimmy: Thanks, Pat.
Pat: I hang my hat at the four-six in tricorner these days. (?)
"A line of bull" is an outright lie or a story concocted to conceal the truth.I had to feed the feds a line of bull about an ongoing homicide investigation to hold it (a bill) this long.
"Brass band" refers to a celebration that includes a parade and other public displays. "No-frills" means that only the very basic necessities will be met. If you stay in a "no-frills" hotel room, you will get a bed and a bathroom, and that's all. No room service, no cable TV, no balcony with a panoramic view.Later, one bad guy say: No speeches and no brass band. Just a no-frills offer.
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