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  1. Perks

    Perks may refer either to: People:

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  1. perks


  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of perks in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of perks in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of perks in a Sentence

  1. Former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford:

    Toronto's government has grown bloated and wasteful, it's time to stop the gravy train that provides luxuries and perks to politicians and rich contracts to their friends.

  2. Gwen Graham:

    Nine months ago, I pledged if elected I would work to end wasteful Congressional perks. Today, I'm following through on that promise, it's a commonsense idea that Republicans and Democrats can both agree on: members of Congress shouldn't be able to charge taxpayers for first-class airfare or long-term personal car leases.

  3. Giacomo Mori:

    It's not impossible but it's a tall order and there is no margin for error, alfa has to offer all the technology and perks that are a given in those German cars and something else.

  4. Jason Rabinowitz:

    Economy seats are on a downward trend, but airlines are adding in perks to make you forget more quickly just how squeezed in you are, the more seats are shrinking, the more technology they're packing in.

  5. Mike Braun:

    I think that for many people, that puts salt in the wound of poor performance when congressmen and senators have those kinds of advantages and perks.

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