Would there be an end to the way cops stop, question, and frisk people on the street?
It should be said the same logic drives the racial profiling behind policies such as “stop and frisk.”
“Whether you look at CompStat or you talk about ‘stop and frisk,’ it comes down to the same thing,” he says.
But frisk makes a strong case that Rusher was not a mere populist propagandist.
The official compared the change in intelligence strategy to the shift in “stop, question, and frisk” tactics in the street.
frisk was so terrified at the sight of it that he did not know where to hide.
After all, it was frisk who did it, and I did not even see frisk do it.
Yes, frisk' (to her terrier, that was barking and jumping outside the window), 'you and I must go away.
Then you had frisk with you, and I suppose as playful as usual?
During the day he would descend for his food, which he carried up to his house to eat, then down again to frisk and play about.
1510s, "to dance, frolic," from Middle English frisk "lively" (mid-15c.), from Middle French frisque "lively, brisk," from Old French frisque "fresh, new; merry, animated" (13c.), possibly from a Germanic source (cf. Middle Dutch vrisch "fresh," Old High German frisc "lively;" see fresh (adj.1)). Sense of "pat down in a search" first recorded 1781. Related: Frisked; frisking. As a noun from 1520s.
: They did a quick frisk and let him go