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posse

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n. the group of teenagers or children that someone plays with or hangs out with. Hank and his posse are in the backyard playing.
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Even though the college application process itself is a daunting prospect for many high school seniors, Gladden says he had a feeling of being "right at home" with Posse from the start of the selection process in September.
The sheriffs posse comitatus authority to call forth armed citizens to aid law enforcement is deeply rooted in the Anglo-American legal system, originating no later than the ninth century.
You make friends in school, you make great friends, but Posse is a family," Firoz said.
Kids get to see the human side of the Sheriff's Department and our people get a lot out of it," said Peter Burnstein, reserve chief of the mounted posse for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
Posse uses an "alternative model" to identify promising students, one that goes beyond grades and test scores.
Just in time for CES, Mobile Posse's New Handset Owner Research Program offers researchers access to the pulse of the new mobile handset owner in the world's biggest consumer electronics category: mobile handsets," said Greg Wester, executive vice president of Mobile Posse.
The expansion of the Posse STEM Program is possible thanks to a $5 million commitment from Posse Board Chair Jeff Ubben, the founder and managing director of ValueAct Capital, and The Tortora Sillcox Family Foundation.
In other words, a posse that stays together succeeds together.
The posse members -- with 11 horses, some sporting Santa hats, reindeer antlers and bells -- are ambassadors with badges.
On several occasions, posse members had executed citizen's arrests and detained the law-breakers pending the arrival of Border Patrol agents).
Ferris, an attorney with international law firm Greenberg Traurig, PA, has been appointed to the Miami Advisory Board of The Posse Foundation, Inc.
Throughout their college experience, students continue to meet with their Posses for ongoing support.
citizens, ages 20 to 54, posses a high school or general education diploma and a driver's license, and be employed or a full-time student.
4% of the mortgage loans posses FICO scores less than 660.
Posse identifies public high school students with extraordinary academic and leadership potential who may be overlooked by traditional college selection processes.