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PERP

On drawings, abbr. for “perpendicular.”
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The MMG amplitude values for the TRAN laser head were significantly greater than those for the PERP laser head at all force levels (Figure 3).
Another loophole regarding recidivism that PERP could not control was the omission of using rearrest as a criterion variable in the community follow-up.
Between you and the 100-yard line were three groups of three perps hidden behind barricades so you had to rapidly unload the slugs, load 6 rounds of 00, and fight your way downrange.
Yet the perp walk places the accused in both a physical and legal position that appears to belie that claim.
In Dirty Harry, Clint Eastwood--claiming to have lost track of the bullets left in the chamber of his Smith & Wesson revolver--levels his piece at a perp and growls, "Being as this is a .
00, page 91), fraudulent timing differences, concealed liabilities and expenses (see "Follow Fraud to the Likely Perp," JofA, Mar.
Wesley's paintings are like little crime scenes: while the deeds done in these vignettes are certainly not run-of-the-mill and perhaps even macabre, they're not nearly as fascinating as the possibility of catching the perp and making him confess.
Either the perp or their family will file suit, no matter what the circumstances were.
It's up to Henry Kennis, a California transplant and the new Chief of Police, to uncover the real perp and solve the case.
It's a convoluted web of intrigue that emerges as The Act of Murder becomes darker and darker and the investigators draw ever closer to a deadly truth that may in fact wind up fingering the wrong perp.