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ripa

(rī′pă) [L., bank]
Any reflection line of the ependyma of the brain from the ventricular wall to the choroid plexus.
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A council spokesman said: "The use of Ripa is a last resort, and is only used when less intrusive methods of obtaining evidence can not be used.
According to figures obtained by the group Big Brother Watch, Rhondda Cynon Taff used RIPA 101 times, the most in South Wales.
Stockton Borough Council was said to have used RIPA powers for investigations into a fraudulent escort agency and the movement of pigs while councils used RIPA on 550 occasions to try to catch fly-tippers.
Today's report finds 26 councils used RIPA to spy on owners of dogs responsible for fouling streets and parks, and seven over smoking ban breaches.
Birmingham City Council used RIPA a total of 112 times in 2010, including on three occasions where they spied on employees.
The Ripa Hotel, part of the Epoque hotels group, combines shapes, innovative materials and original colours in a stylish way.
Ripa was so thrilled with the happy snap, she showed it off during her ABC morning show last week, telling the studio audience--and the millions watching at home--it was one of her favorite photos.
I'm so proud to be a part of the new Lower Price Project," says Ripa.
That is despite the Home Office website stating the RIPA Act "reserves the more intrusive techniques for intelligence and law enforcement agencies acting against only the most serious crimes, including in the interests of national security.
The RIPA procedure using patient platelet rich plasma should be performed using standard (1.
Ripa added, equally drolly, "But every time you take a Friday off, I catch up to you.
The original powers contained in Part III of RIPA were widely criticised by civil rights groups for their intrusive nature while businesses, particularly in the financial services sector, expressed concerns about data security and conflicts with data privacy rights.