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perks

see FRINGE BENEFITS.

perks

(1) Slang for perchloroethylene or tetrachloroethylene.These chemicals, used in dry cleaning, are highly toxic and will contaminate soil and groundwater.When buying property on or near the site of a present or former dry-cleaning plant, the investor should be concerned about the presence of perks and should order the appropriate tests to determine the existence and extent of contamination. (2) Slang for perquisites, meaning nonmonetary benefits. In commercial leasing, building perks might include a fitness club open only to employees of building tenants.

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Perk currently owns and operates 12 mobile applications that allow members to earn Perk Points.
I'm excited to say that this is just the start for Perk, with much more to come.
There will also be a deli offering American treats including Grape Soda, A+W Root Beer, Hershey Bars, Butterfingers, Twinkies, BabyRuths and Pepsi Cherry, as well as Central Perk merchandise.
KITCHEN PERK Leaves, stems, and even blossoms can be steeped into a minty tea.
org/PERK to learn more about the PERK Program or to schedule a session today.
It also shows that, despite many Government tax discouragements over the years, the company car is still regarded as a perk as opposed to an essential tool in many countries.
SUPERSTARS get superstar perks, yet even ordinary workers can twist the boss's arm for a better deal.
That perk, known as portal to portal, is reserved for Cabinet secretaries, deputy Cabinet secretaries, and any six aides the president chooses.
com/callofduty for a chance to pick custom perk packs including one Pro perk and two additional perks of their choice.
Mr McGrath raised the issue at the party's weekly meeting where he said the perk for existing and former board members - including FitzPatrick - should be scrapped because they "should be well able to afford their own travel".
Jane Welch filed court papers listing every single perk that Welch received from GE, including a New York apartment, tickets to athletic and cultural events, country club dues, fresh flowers, dry cleaning, and, yes, even vitamins.