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enforcer

n. a bully; a thug or bodyguard. Sam is the perfect enforcer. Meaner than all get out.
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The new release of Lockdown Enforcer is geared towards enterprises that require flexibility and control for large-scale deployments.
But by integrating Avatier s Identity Enforcer module with Microsoft Lync, these tasks are automated.
have started conducting self-defense classes for the first batch of 30 female traffic enforcers, MMDA spokesperson Celine Pialago said.
One enforcer identified as Larry Fiala was hospitalized when a motorist he apprehended shot him.
Enforcer pushes 230-grain bullets fast, by which I mean 1,078 fps kind of fast, and that's at a pressure of 19,636 psi, which is below the maximum standard (not +P) pressure limit.
Nevertheless the enforcer role is far from extinct and the NHL has continued to facilitate fighting.
Mahindra and Mahindra (NSE: M&M), an India-based automaker, is planning to launch its Xylo and Enforcer SUV in the Philippines.
The lower threshold bias [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is the largest integer such that Enforcer wins the (1 : b) game F for every b [less than or equal to] [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Consider the course of a game (either strict or monotone) in which Avoider plays according to and Enforcer plays according to some fixed strategy.
Its compact design is ideal for covert operations and the Enforcer requires minimal pre-dive preparation.
It is not to be this ridiculous enforcer," he added.
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UCLA center Drew Gordon has long maintained a reputation as an enforcer.
They use a battering ram, known as an Enforcer, which is fitted with handles to make the job easier.