about (one's) person

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about (one's) person

In one's possession. He always had an umbrella about his person, even on sunny days.
See also: person

about/on your ˈperson

(formal or humorous) carried with you, for example in a pocket or bag: You don’t happen to have a pen about your person, do you?
See also: on, person
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It is also suggested for graduate students in rehabilitation counseling who are interested in learning more about persons with MS or as a supplemental textbook for graduate courses and seminars on medical issues in rehabilitation counseling and job placement.
I also recommend the book for graduate students in rehabilitation counseling who are interested in learning more about persons with developmental disabilities and the role of independent living and natural support systems.
For example, Wilk (1994) reported that many clinical social workers have negative attitudes about persons with mental illness.
Making non-discriminatory fitness-for-duty decisions about persons with disabilities under the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.