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    When the initials "MO" are used describing a person, like for instance, "what's his MO" what does that mean?

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    MODUS OPERANDI or mode of operation..

    ROMOS

    Top answer.
    figtree3

    That's the one.

    Modu operandi is correct.When the police use it,it means the way the perp does things.

    PEOPLELOVER

    "PERP" Tommy, we have been watching to much U.S. TV, person of interest is us.
    Or suspect.
    Tommyh

    Perp is short for perpetrator.FYI.
    Tommyh

    & if you don't watch US TV what else are you gunna watch. A Country (bloody boring) Practice?
    Nene43

    Or it could be an "unsub".

    when pronounced 'emm ooh' it is modus operandi.  when pronounced 'mow' it is slang for mother.

    When you're in Detroit, make sure you don't say MO, then follow with a FO.  You could get hurt easily there.

    MO doesn't describe,  It means basicallly   what kind of person is  He /she


     

    bulletman

    I thought MO was short for Motive.
    caddam

    Motive sounds good too. To me MO means Mo money, Mo pokechops, Mo cheese. I think the meaning would be subject to the context of the qestion.
    To MO or not to MO, that is the question.

    M.O. means "modus operandi"  which is latin for.... the way a crime is carried out is teh M.O.



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