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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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He knew him well enough from the description of those who had seen him and from the glimpses he had had of the marauder upon several occasions when the ape-man had entered the village of Mbonga, the chief, by night, in the perpetration of one of his numerous ghastly jokes.
Sophia, notwithstanding her fright, presently knew her father's voice; and his lordship, notwithstanding his passion, knew the voice of reason, which peremptorily assured him, it was not now a time for the perpetration of his villany.
Before the perpetration of the deed, its possibility is remotest from our thoughts; but when we did know that he was dead, it seemed, somehow, that we had understood and looked forward to it all the time.
I looked at the once lively, rattlepated, humorous little doctor-- associated in my remembrance with the perpetration of incorrigible social indiscretions and innumerable boyish jokes--and I saw nothing left of his former self, but the old tendency to vulgar smartness in his dress.
He put the questions--sharp, suspicious, unbelieving questions, which clearly showed me, as they proceeded, that he thought I was the victim of a delusion, and that he might even have doubted, but for my introduction to him by Miss Halcombe, whether I was not attempting the perpetration of a cunningly-designed fraud.
The German name of the victim, the absence of all other motive, and the sinister inscription on the wall, all pointed to its perpetration by political refugees and revolutionists.
It was his conviction that this eclipse of reason and failure of will power attacked a man like a disease, developed gradually and reached its highest point just before the perpetration of the crime, continued with equal violence at the moment of the crime and for longer or shorter time after, according to the individual case, and then passed off like any other disease.
The study," Psychological Functioning and Violence Victimization and Perpetration in BDSM Practitioners from the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom," also investigated people's preferences for BDSM activities and fantasies, and explored whether violence is perpetuated against kinky people.
The court, after a thorough investigation, found there to be "no indications of the alleged perpetration of a fraud offence.
Make no mistake: we will continue to impose and aggressively enforce sanctions to combat Iran's support for terrorist groups, its fomenting of violence in the region and its perpetration of human rights abuses.
An error or perpetration of a crime does not justify attacks against the ISF or any of its services.
It is time now to demonstrate to both parties how seriously European public opinion takes contraventions of international law, the perpetration of atrocities and the denial of established rights.
Although proximal outcomes have been associated with later perpetration or victimization risk (e.
Hilali said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: " Minister Mohammed Ghaban accused during hosted with the Minister of Defense by the Parliamentary committe on security and defense today and charged a member of the House of Representatives of being involved in the perpetration of terrorist crimes in Baghdad, stressing that the accused deputy will be subjected to sever crack down soon without anonymity.
Director of the Archaeology and Museums General Directorate Mamoun Abdelkarim told SANA that the archaeological sites have been prone to four main sorts of damage; the terrorist attacks, the secret excavations of armed smugglers, destruction of ancient stone buildings for constructing houses and the perpetration of attacks against shrines and sculptures on the basis of obscurantist ideologies.