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perpetrate

slang To pretend to be or act in the manner of someone who is unlike one's actual self. Primarily heard in US. These rich white kids listening to gangster rap are all just perpetrating.

perpetrate

(ˈpɚpətret)
in. to pose; to pretend. Look at her clothes. Have you ever seen anyone perpetrate like that?
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Questionnaires for all countries included identical questions regarding perpetration of violence, demographics, and potential risk factors, such as experiences of violence in childhood and educational status.
Considering the above, the research question for the present review is which is the prevalence of victimization and perpetration of sexual aggression in undergraduate students from day one at the university?
The task force recommendations align with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data and resources on intimate partner and sexual violence and support three Healthy People 2020 goals: reducing adolescent and young adult perpetration of and victimization from violence, reducing violence by current or former intimate partners and reducing sexual violence.
The accused used the money acquired through the perpetration of the referenced criminal acts to purchase movable and immovable property abroad and carry out additional building on their property to increase its value.
TUESDAY, July 3, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Positive future orientation is associated with reduced odds of weapon-related violence perpetration among teenage males from low-resource neighborhoods, according to a research letter published online July 2 in JAMA Pediatrics.
Meanwhile, Nakheel has urged piling and enabling contractors to submit ground perpetration proposals for the Palm 360, following the tender it issued for groundwork in March 2018.
The probe agency has revealed that there was an alleged nexus between the bank officials with the borrower which led to the perpetration of the fraud.
The prosecution proceeded under MCL 762., which states that, whenever a felony consists of two or more acts done in perpetration of that felony, the felony may be prosecuted in any county where any of those acts are committed.
For this purpose, we classified the participants of the experimental group into various sub-groups through cluster analysis, to determine how their prior characteristics influence their response to treatment as measured by: (a) self-reported IPV perpetration and victimization; and (b) risk of reoffending, measured through the number of IPV rearrests.
and (3) Did students report a decrease in bullying victimization and a decrease in bullying perpetration from baseline to at the 4-month follow-up?
The terrorists were involved in perpetration of violence in the area of Kerdasa after the dismantling of the Rabaa and Al-Nahda sit-ins.
We identified 4 latent statuses for victimization (4.8%-5.2%, frequent victims; 7.4%-12.2%, frequent relational victims; 28.7%-35.8%, occasional victims; 46.8%-59.2%, infrequent victims) and 3 latent statuses for perpetration (3.9%-5.6%, frequent perpetrators; 22.2%-29.7%, occasional relational perpetrators; 66.4%-72.2%, infrequent perpetrators).
Although the percentage is not significant within the total number of authors, the number of minors involved in the perpetration of violent deeds is significant (49 cases).
Shabbir Ahmad Shah questioned the silence of the international community over the perpetration of serious crimes against humanity by Indian army in the territory.