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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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Without proper oversight, it is possible for public authorities to abuse the powers given to them by RIPA," spokeswoman Pam Cowburn said.
Revealing information, by citing an exemption or stating 'no information held' that a RIPA application has been created in order to carry out surveillance on a named location would highlight to protesters and the general public that covert surveillance has or hasn't taken place.
As part of the campaign, Ripa is asking consumers to follow her lead by committing to healthy living and discovering the importance of a healthy mouth.
Building and maintaining relationships continue to be of the utmost importance for RIPA International.
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.
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.
The Government has now changed the law, and councils must get approval from a magistrate before using RIPA.
Less than 24 hours after the photos of Ben Maisani were released, Anderson left the US for a vacation with friends Kelly Ripa, Mark Consuelos, Bravo host Andy Cohen and Ben.
Last year, a landmark legal case ruled local authorities should no longer use RIPA for low-level offences.
The prize includes return flights, transfers, five nights' bed and breakfast at the ultra-modern four-star boutique-style RIPA Hotel, travel insurance plus a DVD copy of the series.
About the allotment of plot for establishment of RIPA office she asked them to get some place in the National Press Club.
RIPA has allowed councils to use CCTV to monitor dog fouling, noisy neighbours, benefits cheats and school truants, as well as more serious crime.