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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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"She has four roommates so it's quite crowded in there," Ripa shared of the room.
"In relation to the third area we made a referral to the IOPC in 2016 following an Investigatory Powers Tribunal ruling concerning the Force's use of RIPA.
If ABC drags its feet through that process, it risks the show-killing possibility of watching Strahan's replacement walk in the door just as Ripa heads out of it.
"The council has increased its use of RIPA in order to carry out investigations into online counterfeiting," a spokeswoman said.
SECRETIVE The MPs called on Mrs May to update the code of conduct, adding: "RIPA is not fit for purpose.
The MPs write: "Ripa is not fit for purpose, with law enforcement agencies failing to routinely record the professions of individuals who have had their communications data accessed under the Ripa.
Keith Vaz MP, chairman of the committee, said: "Ripa is not fit for purpose.
Ripa is helping launch the "You Can Do It" campaign for Colgate Total to encourage consumers to take control of their health and well-being, including proper oral hygiene.
RIPA International creates value by providing sustainable long-term capacity building programmes and has a compelling record of development projects completed in Africa, MENA, Europe, Asia and the Pacific.
But the people with most to fear from councils' use of Ripa are those engaged in illegal activities that the rest of us all want stamped out.
New figures revealed the authority used the controversial Regulation of Investigative Powers Act (Ripa) on five employees between 2008 and last year.
The civil rights pressure group Big Brother Watch is publishing a report on use of controversial Regulation of Investigatory Powers (RIPA).