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suspect

A person identified as possibly having an interest in buying, but who has not yet been contacted or has not yet given any evidence of interest. Contrast with a prospect, who has indicated some interest in buying and who appears to have the desire and the ability to purchase.

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Revenues from pensions products launched since 2004 amounted to EUR243 million, including EUR84 million from Perp contracts and Solesio Prefon.
More than 18,000 new Perp and Prefon contracts were sold in the first nine months of 2005.
All told, 492,000 contracts were sold, including 308,000 PERPs sold by the networks and PREFON contracts sold by the Post Office representing EUR85 million in premiums.
In the pensions segment, 288,000 PERP contracts were sold, mainly to clients aged under 40, with higher monthly premiums than for all other products in the range.
As Jake taps various departments and people to gain better insights on the victims, he draws important connections between them and begins to map out scenarios that will lead him to the perp.
During the first nine months of 2004, the Post Office network sold around 172,000 new pension contracts, including 17,000 PERPs and Prefon contracts.
They include products qualifying for the tax incentives applicable to life insurance (marketed since January 2004) and the PERP products introduced in the Pensions Act (marketed since April 2004).
Parks patrolled the streets, took radio calls and nabbed perps, but the 30-year cop showed Wednesday that he still can protect and serve.
After Stone (Peter Horton) is killed in the line of duty, he is judged by the devil (John Glover), who determined that he was no better than the perps he used to hunt down.
Instead of fighting his way out of the situation, he studies the perps, gets detailed information about their cars and makes positive identifications, leading to their arrest and the return of his suitcase.