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PROWL

[prau̇l]
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For better or worse, the DOL Wage and Hour Division is on the prowl in the long-term care industry.
1) It is unlawful for any person to loiter or prowl in a place, at a time or in a manner not usual for law-abiding individuals, under circumstances that warrant a justifiable and reasonable alarm or immediate concern for the safety of persons or property in the vicinity.
At the time, Clarkson branded Prowl "unpleasant militant dog walkers" who thought they had "a godgiven right to trample on somebody's garden".
The tiger on the prowl for the past one-month, had strayed outside the forests of Pilibhit.
Emmerdale (ITV): Steph is on the prowl in an attempt to trap a man and goes on a hunt.
Continental Airlines is on the prowl in Brazil, but it's not after any of the likely suspects.
And many other retailers in this rarefied market remain on the prowl for store locations in areas such as Madison Avenue, Fifth Avenue, and trendy SoHo in New York City, Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, Union Square in San Francisco and Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki, Hawaii
After years of talking about adding color to its dealer base, Jaguar is finally on the prowl.
While Doba is constantly on the prowl for wholesale suppliers who offer the highest-quality products at the lowest-available prices so our retail customers don't have to shop around for suppliers on their own, it is possible that a customer could stumble across a product with a lower price than ours," Hanks says.
HOT LEGS: Ola's flat out WILD: Ola on the prowl NUDE: Arty photo RAUNCHY: Skimpy gear
Cox was nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance as the sometimes-single mother-of-one, who's on the prowl for romance.
The Tiger Team will be on the prowl,'' Villaraigosa said.