- n an incidental benefit awarded for certain types of employment (especially if it is regarded as a right)
- v gain or regain energy
- Of those offering the perk, roughly 25% put a dollar cap on how much they will spend per retiree.
- But hers has an added perkhalf the time, one of her many handlers takes care of the updating for her.
- DRM-free music is a nice perk, and the freedom-loving anti-copyright geekerati will be all over it, but there are more important things in life.
- Doc Rivers in The Associated Press
I told our guys this, the starting lineup still hasn't lost,Rivers said after Game 7. "It was a shame we didn't have that starting lineup tonight. But I told them, you've still yet to have a true chance to defend your title because Perk...
- Paul Pierce in Telegraph.co.uk
It hurt not having Perk out there and with Kevin suffering from foul trouble,Pierce said. "But I know we will bounce back. Hopefully we will get Perkins back. If we keep Kevin out of foul trouble I think we will be fine. We're one up, with...
- Rajon Rondo in NBA.com
Perk is our enforcer,Rondo said. "He's our biggest body we have to throw out there on Bynum. He clears the paint for us. He does a lot of intangibles. He's a great shot-blocker, rebounder, and he's the anchor of our defense."