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person of interest

person of interest  n.— «To signify this, law enforcement officers describe these go-to folks as “persons of interest.” But White correctly notes that in the public eye, “person of interest” has become a euphemism...

tea money

tea money  n.— «While Vietnam operates in a very centralized, federalist system, with little variance in local laws, a much greater variance exists in the application and enforcement of national laws. “Tea money,” common...

fourth point of contact

fourth point of contact  n.— «If I have a choice between supporting a whoosy, Republican intent on pressing for enforcement of unconstitutional bad law or a blue dog Democrat who is a 2nd Amendment absolutist, the collaborating Republican...

punch list

punch list  n.— «It has run into problems with some companies that have not developed the “punch list” of digital-age surveillance capabilities requested by law enforcement approved by the FCC under CALEA» —“Lawmakers See...

buffet flat

buffet flat  n.— «The casual, migratory and unskilled drinkers of the world, along with a scattering of habitual, non-migratory and skilful [sic] drinkers, have found a new haven. It is the buffet flat and the New York police are authority...

DYKWIA

DYKWIA  n.— «I’m only speculating here, but given everything else I’ve ever read about Martha, I wonder if she fell victim to DYKWIA Syndrome—”Do you know who I am?” I have relatives in law enforcement, and I could easily...