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Alec's comic distress was mercifully relieved for the time being by a dance of goblins on the lawn, where the children, with pumpkin lanterns on their heads, frisked about like will-o'-the-wisps, as a parting surprise.
Picking his way out of the dung-strewn stable, Mukhorty frisked, and making play with his hind leg pretended that he meant to kick Nikita, who was running at a trot beside him to the pump.
But Noah stood his ground, though somewhat irresolutely, and Satan, to every one's surprise, danced and frisked about him with laughing eyes and wagging tail.
"Minority Threat Hypothesis and NYPD Stop and Frisk Policy." Criminal Justice Review 40(2): 209-29.
It analyzes the history, uses, benefits, drawbacks, and contemporary legal context of stop and frisk, a tactic used by police to stop and search ordinary citizens.
Aher claims that the officials asked her these questions in front of other passengers while they were making up their mind on whether a female or a male official would frisk her.
"Mr Trump believes that a locally tailored version of 'stop and frisk' should be used in Chicago to help reduce skyrocketing violence and make our Chicago safe again," spokesman Jason Miller said.
"We see the opportunity to double the business here, and we want to double the size of the company over the next five years," Frisk said.
Stop and Frisk as an Essential Measure: From New York City to Chicago
Frisk's resignation, and with little concern about remote participation voiced by other town boards and committees, the issue was dropped.
(20) House appealed the district court's ruling not to suppress the evidence of the gun, arguing that the encounter was not consensual and that Officer Daley could not lawfully frisk him because he lacked reasonable suspicion that House was engaged in criminal activity.