perpetrate


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perpetrate

(ˈpɚpətret)
in. to pose; to pretend. Look at her clothes. Have you ever seen anyone perpetrate like that?
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Awkward as it was for Levin to withdraw now, it would still have been easier for him to perpetrate this awkwardness than to remain all the evening and see Kitty, who glanced at him now and then and avoided his eyes.
I had been the author of unalterable evils, and I lived in daily fear lest the monster whom I had created should perpetrate some new wickedness.
In the same spirit, I acknowledge to you both that the time has been when I connived at treachery and falsehood--which if I did not perpetrate myself, I still permitted--to rend you two asunder.
Any delay in arresting the assassin," I observed, "might give him time to perpetrate some fresh atrocity.
They cannot be allowed in any way to perpetrate such acts.
I will perpetrate a mass murder at Otaroad (a shopping district) on Aug.
Husbands with low educational levels and household poverty were more likely to perpetrate physical and sexual violence against women.
Men were more likely to perpetrate sexual violence, while women were more likely to perpetrate physical violence.
Countermeasures must disrupt terrorist financing and starve such groups of the money necessary to sustain their organizations and to perpetrate attacks.
They were unconstitutional, because the three citizens did not perpetrate the crime during (the) Poso riots in May 2000.
But he is also an articulate spokesman for all that rages against the injustices we perpetrate on those whose pound of flesh is simply a piece of meat to us.
A brainstorming session about how and where they believe the entity may be susceptible to fraud; what might motivate management to perpetrate fraud; how management might override controls to engage in and conceal fraudulent financial reporting; and how entity assets could be misappropriated can be helpful.
Instead, Kroeger, lauded for her biographies of reporter Nellie Bly and novelist Fannie Hurst, exposes the truths of six young Americans and succeeds at showcasing the sensitive dilemmas and choices that would provoke a man, woman or child to perpetrate a false life based on diverse deep, dark secrets.
Executives can perpetrate financial reporting frauds by overriding established control procedures and recording unauthorized or inappropriate journal entries or other postclosing modifications (for example, consolidating adjustments or reclassifications).
Obviously those who perpetrate acts of terrorism must be brought to book, with the least possible loss of innocent lives--no easy task.