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a pri hend

  • v  get the meaning of something
  • v  take into custody
  • v  anticipate with dread or anxiety

  • Special forces apprehend mock terrorists during an Olympic security drill at Beijing People's Police College.
  • Hes sort of a sad guy, and hes equally saddened and angered by the bureaucratic nightmare hes dwelling in while trying to apprehend a sadistic, psychopathic serial killer.
  • If there is no criminal mastermind to apprehend, how does one reduce the incidence of what some experts believe is a culture of violence and vendetta?.
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  • A worst-case scenario
    A Montrose Police officer arrives at City Hall, and tries to apprehend a suspect and take her into custody during a mock active shooter exercise on Wednesday.
    June 13, 2013 - Montrose Daily Press
  • Man strikes plea deal for assault on State Trooper.
    A 50 year old North Pole man was sentenced to more than six years in jail for dragging a State Trooper who had been trying to apprehend him by reaching into his vehicle window. During a scheduled "Change Of Plea "hearing Wednesday afternoon, Erin Johnson pleaded guilty to felony counts of Third-Degree Assault and Failure To Stop at the Direction of a Peace Officer during a September 2011 ...
    June 13, 2013 - KTVF Fairbanks
  • Three arrested after strong armed robbery in Glendale
    GLENDALE (WITI) — Glendale police were able to apprehend three suspects in a strong armed robbery at a bus stop...
    June 12, 2013 - FOX 6 Milwaukee

  • Greg Abbott in FOXNews
    There will be an aggressive effort to apprehend them,Abbott said when asked whether he was concerned the men might have fled Texas.
  • Al Sharpton in FOX News
    Police apprehend suspects; they don't kill them,Sharpton said. "This cannot be tolerated in a civilized society."
  • Zalmay Khalilzad in Seattle Times
    I and many other colleagues twice attempted to pass comprehensive immigration legislation to fix our broken borders, ensure respect for the laws of this country; recognize the important economic necessity of immigrant laborers, apprehend those who... John McCain New York Times Jul 8, 2008 4817 7093 apprehended To those who commit these heinous crimes we send this message: You will be relentlessly hunted until you are apprehended and brought to justice," Khalilzad said. "Have no doubt, you will pay for your role in these crimes."

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