“Seeking a long-term (perm) 24/7 slave, for absolute ownership/slavery,” his profile on Collarpsace.com read.
Anna Nemtsova reports on the harsh conditions that await the young mothers in Mordovia and perm, the ‘gateway to Siberia.’
My sisters opened a beauty parlor in their bedroom, curling hair with crisscrossed bobby pins and calling it a perm.
I was wearing a perm, so I just had to go to the back of my neck and I had a fist full of sweat.
Instead, they are now heading to prisons in the remote regions of Mordovia and perm, also known as “the gateway to Siberia.”
Platinum has hitherto been obtained nowhere in Europe except in the auriferous sands in the Russian government of perm.
The upper series is named the permian, from the province of perm in Russia.
I was compelled to return to perm and inform Rasputin of the result of my investigations.
From perm we were driven by "Tatrs," who are capital coachmen.
The coup d'état had thrown the proposed perm offensive completely into the background.
1927, shortened form of permanent wave (1909). The verb is first recorded 1928.