modus operandi


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a method used in dealing with something

the approach used to do something

Synonyms for modus operandi

an unvarying or habitual method or procedure

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Modus Operandi delivers technology that helps organizations discover the hidden patterns of potential threats and opportunitiesthe geniuslocked in their data.
At the end of the 18-month contract, Modus Operandi plans to have developed a demonstrable prototype, he added.
Anyone having cases similar to the described modus operandi with the suspect's DNA evidence should contact Crime Analyst Vicki McRoberts, Corvallis, Oregon, Police Department at 541-766-6989 or Crime Analyst Ken Whitla of the ViCAP Unit at 703-632-4254.
8) The modus operandi of the Foundation suggests ulterior motives, as far as the Muslim world is concerned.
Nowadays, people who think like them undoubtedly find that entirely different industries--younger ones--are more conducive to their modus operandi.
The exhibit book captures this man's modus operandi nicely: "Cheverus spent 27 years inviting, but not pressing, Bostonian believers to join him in his faith, to explore their fascination with Catholicism.
Modus Operandi says Wave provides a unified view of the enterprise while overcoming issues of data location and format.
Assorted protagonists and sleuths--police, private, and amateur detectives (among the latter a delightful trio of 11-year-old girls in one of the anthology's best stories)--solve mysteries, investigate crimes, and confront a mind-boggling assortment of modus operandi (gunshot, poison, sexual mutilation, animal attacks, and more) and assorted criminals (unhappy spouse, corrupt policeman, gun-toting cowboy, computer hacker, werewolf, and more).
For too long the modus operandi has been to impress others outwardly without having any genuine substance at home.
In this case two large diamond pendants have been stolen using a similar modus operandi, by blowing home safes.
Their modus operandi clearly is, that if they ignore us we will go away.
Though it may seem like a significant challenge from the traditional modus operandi, building or revamping old facilities into energy efficient, green buildings does not have to be an overwhelming undertaking.
Eschewing the eye-for-an-eye modus operandi, though, Svenonius and company are not planning any legal action against a new PC video game called Weird War.
The intent of this special issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly (AEQ) is not to address the debate directly, but to acknowledge its presence as a backdrop to some positive developments that touch on a goodly share of the university's mission and modus operandi in America.
It provides descriptions of con artists' modus operandi and a free list--via e-mail--of known schemes.