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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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The expression levels of PERP, IL17A, and GAPDH were determined by real-time quantitative PCR, using SsoFast EvaGreen Supermix (Bio-Rad, Hercules, CA, USA).
Another loophole regarding recidivism that PERP could not control was the omission of using rearrest as a criterion variable in the community follow-up.
The particular elements that made the traditional green paradigm inoperable at Cartersville--the lack of identifiable "corpses" tied to "perps," the dispersal of health effects over a huge geographic area, the difficulty of enforcing command-and-control-type regulations-are not aberrations in the eco-wars.
Common to both traditional crime news and reality-based police television shows is the "perp walk"--the act of displaying or "walking" the alleged perpetrator of a crime so that the news media have an opportunity to photograph or videotape the individual for newspapers and television.
Companies use five techniques to illegally boost assets and profits: fictitious revenues (see "So That's Why They Call It a Pyramid Scheme," JofA Oct.00, page 91), fraudulent timing differences, concealed liabilities and expenses (see "Follow Fraud to the Likely Perp," JofA, Mar.
Wesley's paintings are like little crime scenes: while the deeds done in these vignettes are certainly not run-of-the-mill and perhaps even macabre, they're not nearly as fascinating as the possibility of catching the perp and making him confess.
The public presentation of crime suspects, the Philippines' version of 'perp walks,' has long been a modus operandi of the police.
"The murder squad quickly recovered CCTV from the locus of the 'perp' in the act and circulated the suspect's image.
But he isn't the only one with special abilities: the perp holds the ability to burn out his victims' eyes with magic, and as the bodies pile up, Justis finds he must call on all his abilities, both human and special, to thwart his foe.
"The perp says she was just going with the flow of traffic," Quirk said in a Twitter post showing a picture of the puppy.
Either the perp or their family will file suit, no matter what the circumstances were.