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PERP

On drawings, abbr. for “perpendicular.”
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It was the Perps Squad's third straight second place finish to the Chief Squad including last year when it also lost closely, 234.5-226.
Having not been in the car for long I quickly grasped the concept that anyone acting suspiciously could be a 'perp'.
The noose is tightening slowly--but is it tightening upon Matt, another victim, or the perps? Despite the changing viewpoints and insights provided, it's really not possible to easily predict the future events of Cornered--and so readers are treated to delightful changes as the story evolves.
"Its breadth of scope gives the perps that much more territory to work in and forage for the slightest vulnerabilities" Bares said.
Both times, we had no real intel input, nor do we have an effective way of catching the perps. The way we tackle terror is tardy to say the least.
In 1902 the Government parcelled up Napoleonic war debts in perpetual bonds, or perps.
Meanwhile, Pernik residents announced they will be staging weekly protest rallies until all perps and accomplices in Mirosl[ETH][degrees]va's murder are found and punished.
SHARYN Matilda: just embarrassed that a small minority lowered themselves to the gutter and embarrassed our City :( LESLEY Bailey: the perps should have to clear it up and work to pay back their transgressions KEITH Jones: Everyone is saying bring the forces in!
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.
Will we have Judge Dredd style pocket lie detectors to see criminals - or perps as he called them - caught, found guilty and jailed on the spot?
Cameras should be used to guide the police to the scene of a crime quickly, and to gather evidence so the perps can more easily be prosecuted.
The Detroit News has put together a comprehensive package about the foreclosures, ranging from print articles to a gallery of victims of fraud -- as well as mugshots of the perps.