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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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More recently, one particular perp walk demonstrated just how far police and law enforcement officers were prepared to go to advertise their efforts.
3 million following the launch of an entire new product range comprising products taxed in the same way as life insurance (launched in 2004), and PERPs (introduced in April 2004).
A total of 402,000 new pension contracts were sold in France in the nine-month period, including 248,000 PERPs sold by the partner networks and Prefon contracts sold by the Post Office.
Perp could also be a useful tool for classifying tumours in these internal organs, which are often diagnosed too late to be effectively treated.
A PERP pension product is due to be launched shortly.
Plan Retraite Mutex is a PERP personal pension plan governed by the "Fillon Act" of 21 August 2003.
Argiento countered that Ramery habitually missed work, and when on duty would ogle female prisoners during perp walks.
BUT while it's the kids that call the mobiles - even mine when I am sitting next to a land line - it's my husband who is the 192 perp.
The transaction represents the inaugural deal for a CRD IV compliant AT1 by an Italian Issuer and the first RegS Perp NC10 USD denominated issue by a European Bank.
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.
One juror said the nanny's description of the perp didn't impress them.
25 /PRNewswire/ -- With a sea of satellite trucks perpetually parked outside the halls of justice, and as celebrities like Michael Jackson and Robert Blake redefine the nature of performance and perp walks, the Los Angeles Press Club will gather four experts on covering sensational cases for "OPENING THE DOOR: CELEBRITY TRIALS," to be held at 7:30 p.