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Per Se

Latin for "in itself." Describing an act with inherent qualities. For example, in criminal law, an act may be illegal per se; in torts, an act may be negligent per se.
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Men usually take the navigator role, but more than half admit getting it wrong - and 12 per say it ended in a row.
I do not enter races to race per say but I do enter them to run my own race.
In the mid '80s, awareness led many companies to provide better and better customer service, While customer service, per say, should be the only sustainable competitive advantage, today, it has evolved into customer loyalty, customer retention and overall customer satisfaction, In plain English, no company, regardless of how great their products and services may be, can survive in today's business by ignoring the principles of customer care, customer retention and customer loyalty.
These struggles are not a reflection of the technology per say, but the growing pains of a young industry.
Although not a biography, per say, ``Reagan's America,'' by Lloyd deMause, illustrates the historically biographical motivations behind Reagan's socially destructive policies that, rather sooner than later, we are all going to have to admit we ignored.
After researching many firms, both large and small, the bottom line is that though most may not know what etiquette is per say, they do know when it isn't there.
I am not a tree hugger per say, but I can honestly say that I am a conservationist," said Schneider.
According to Rwabukumba, the bond is not that lucrative per say, "But a less risky sure deal.
The film wasn't a boring one, per say, but it takes a lot to sit through it even though its only about 140 minutes.
The oil companies per say, are the not the ones to stand to benefit.
But unfortunately that has not happened and so, here again I don't think that the President's visit per say will be able to stop this," he added.