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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He said the public must be made aware of some of these modus operandi as most of them are pulled off by con artists who distract their targets first so that they could have the opportunity to prey on their belongings.
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.
However, following the revealed information, law enforcement agencies have directed to monitor a few LESCO officials, as according to the information recovered from the terrorists' USB, they also had links with LESCO officials, who "helped" terrorists evolve a modus operandi to carry out explosions by use of electricity poles.
The authors use case studies from such high-profile serial killers as William Heirens, Harvey Glatman and even Jack the Ripper to analyze modus operandi and ritualistic behaviors so that law enforcement investigators can link multiple offenses to the same suspect.
Se trata, pues, de un camino y un modus operandi muy socorridos por la jerarquia eclesiastica, y estoy seguro de que una visita a la hemeroteca sacaria a luz muchos otros casos.
A common modus operandi is to get a court decision, force Parliament to act upon it quickly and then argue that the matter ought not to be "revisited".
Wilkerson concludes: "Their modus operandi has been to make policy and force the bureaucracy, which often has not had an opportunity to participate in the making of the policy, to execute it.
Sampson is tacking a serial rapist in Georgetown who brutal modus operandi is similar to a case on which he and Cross had worked together one some years earlier.
The speakers discussed laws that protect young people, the modus operandi of predators who thrive on disguises in cyberspace and how parents can better monitor their kids' Internet use.
Following the typical Bush modus operandi (as scripted by Karl Rove and company) the president aimed at changing the terms of debate on the issue.
But as Ronald Reagan used to say, "Trust, but verify," because Reagan knew that secrecy is the modus operandi of autocratic government.
The first explores trends and issues that affected the movement as a whole in 2004; the second uses nine states as case studies to show how the conservative modus operandi played out in Michigan, Florida, California, Ohio, Iowa, Minnesota, Colorado, South Carolina and Oklahoma.
The remainder of the Bible may be understood (from a Christian perspective) as God's establishment of a modus operandi by which God rescues a people, binds them to himself, and refuses to let them go, for all their efforts to go their own way, so that "when the fullness of time had come" (Gal 4:4) God might rescue humanity as a human child of Abraham.
Every professional association defines its own admission criteria and modus operandi.