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use "perk" in a sentence

Nothing like kicking the crap out of a bad guy to perk up my day.

Once a trait is chosen, it is impossible to change, except by using the "Mutate" perk which allows a player to change one trait, one time.

Because of this perk, Carr was able to schedule mostly road
a tendentious effort to window-dress a despicable act of abject treachery and unexcusable perjury.

Schreiber also claims Mulroney's attorneys later tried to induce him into perjury by asking that he sign an affidavit falsely stating that he had never paid any money to Mulroney.

Chicago Daily Tribune. April 26, 1960; "Lock Up jury in joe Glimco Perjury Trial." Raiber, Anatomy of Perjury, p. 41 The attack was carried out by 16 partisans of the communist dominated Patriotic Action Group (Gruppi d'Azione Patriotica) (GAP).

Taxpayers will also be required to complete a certification under penalty of perjury to the buyer to elect this withholding method.

The President has dodged perjury by calculated evasion and poor interrogation.

In the morning of September 4, Kilpatrick agreed to two plea deals, pleading guilty to two counts of perjury and no contest to one count of assaulting and obstructing a police officer in two separate cases.

The report also expressed the belief that several witnesses had committed perjury during their sworn statements to the committee, among them Richard Brenneke, search: i.e.

Libby has been accused of perjury and obstruction of justice for lying about the disclosure to investigators, but has not been criminally charged for releasing Plame's identity.

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