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use "frisk" in a sentence

Medavoy and jones question a walk-in who was a witness to the cop shooting, and says that he saw Maya and her partner start to frisk the perps moments before the shootout began.

The Court rejected the idea that a "stop and frisk" could categorically never be a search or seizure
soloveitchik's philosophy that states that a similar pragmatic approach was adopted by soloveitchik as well.

In Massive dynamic Nina Sharp Nina Sharp (played by Blair Brown ) is a high ranking employee of Massive dynamic who is part of the fringe division.

Both plays were critically acclaimed and won between them a fringe First Award, the Independent Theatre Award for 1989 and the Evening Standard Award for New Drama.

However after a few losses early on to tough fringe contenders like Howard Smith and Larry Frazier, Weaver showed signs of improvement.

The fringe Arts Network was born, aiming to raise public and government awareness of the outstanding contribution made by the alternative arts to the quality of life in Melbourne.

The service has received publicity through its use by various celebrities and media personalities, and by appearance at public events such as the Edinburgh fringe in its trademark orange colour scheme.

The placement of the epaulette, its color and the length and diameter of its bullion fringe are used to signify the wearer's rank.

So, for example, a penguin or an ostrich would sit at the fringe of the meaning of "bird", because a penguin is unlike a robin.

Hairstyles for men Another popular style consists of a long fringe.

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