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perp walk

1. noun The forced walking of an arrested suspect or alleged criminal through a public space so as to allow him or her to be photographed or recorded on video. ("Perp" being short for perpetrator.) The photographers crowded the courtroom steps, eager to get a shot of the billionaire con artist as he began his perp walk.
2. verb (sometimes hyphenated) To force an arrested suspect to perform such a public walk. Police officers perp walked the actor through the crowd after he was arrested for allegedly beating up a reporter.
See also: perp, walk

perp

(pɚp)
n. a perpetrator; someone who does something, such as committing a crime. The perp left a good set of prints on the doorknob.
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One of the findings of PERP is that CTE correctional education programs led to few disciplinary violations during incarceration.
34) This, however, is rarely the situation now, and the perp walk has emerged in response to the changed social reality.
These results showed that Perp is part of the cellular glue that fastens cells together and has a dual role in the prevention of breast cancer.
Some 46,000 new Perp contracts were sold without any particular advertising effort.
A new PERP was introduced in September, leading to the sale of 300 contracts by the end of the year.
As chapters progress, murder mystery fans are drawn into an ever-complex, changing story that holds not just too many perps, but many twists and turns of plot; especially when an attempted suicide reveals even more dubious connections: ".
In the first nine months, some 230,000 PERP contracts were sold to clients generally in their late thirties or early forties, at higher average monthly premiums that for the other products in the range.
Without revealing any surprises, suffice it to say that Robyn will find her life transformed in the course of her investigations of not only of the perp, but of her own psyche.
Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have said that the depletion of this protein, called Perp, could also be useful for staging and establishing prognoses.
5%-yield" campaigns in June and July, the momentum created by the April launch of the new PERP pension products, and the pension simulations produced for clients which led many of them to transfer funds from easy-access savings products to PERP contracts and also to traditional life insurance products.
It's obvious that the perp believes his actions are justified and his victims deserving of their fate: he's written 'whore' and notes on their dead bodies to point out their transgressions.
In connection with the partnership agreement between FNMF (Federation Nationale de la Mutualite Francaise) and CNP Assurances signed on 6 June 2003, CNP and UNPMF - the pensions, savings and personal risk arm of FNMF - have launched a PERP private pension plan offering for clients of UNPMF companies.
When Crosby's title game jersey was swiped, the hunt for the shirt and the perp was front-page news in Canada.
Sheriff Tucker has his hands full uncovering the perp in this fast-paced, involving drama.
But soon the two come closer together as it becomes evident the perp is now stalking her with the intention of making her his next victim.