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permutation

(pĕr″mū-tā′shŭn) [L. per, completely, + mutare, to change]
Transformation; complete change; act of altering objects in a group.
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To note, the Perm business delegation includes representatives of the spheres of audit, construction, health and hotel services,
The leaflet of Lit-Blocks is available from: The Perms Dept, The Football Pools, Liverpool L67 1AA.
"Perms are fashionable for women and male fashion tends to follow suit.
Perm has been shortlisted with four other high fliers in the retail and property category.
The first two issues included articles on: emerging issues related to PERM; in-job experience; professional and trade journals under PERM; first PERM BALCA decisions; Federal Court litigation; anomalies in PERM regulations; filing duplicate applications; labor certification through PERM; related ethical issues; job fairs; PERM backlog processing; and, training and employment guidance.
Perm is the only Asian on the list, and one of only two female property powerbrokers based in the Midlands.
When I look at photos of my perm (a la Kevin Keegan) circa 1973, I have feelings of regret but I never thought it would kill me.
CLASSIC: The 1970's perm; CURLY: Alan with new perm
There are defining moments in all our lives and, if you were a teenager of the 80s, having a perm was probably one of them.
If you've got naturally curly hair, the last thing you'd consider is a perm, right?
Two aircraft, operated by Russian carrier Perm Airlines, sent hijacking alarms in error yesterday (28 October).