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a length of flawed or damaged cloth removed from the main piece
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potential bribers ranges between $0 and $3000, and, to keep things
S is very low), bureaucrat's self-interest or maximization of bribe revenue leads him to choose a bribe such that all units are sold to bribers and hence, all waiting individuals are excluded from the market.
If the official engages in extortion as a matter of course, however, the briber could truthfully argue that she would have been unlawfully disadvantaged had he elected not to make payment.
Recent headlines: "Slaves found in Chinese brick factories" and "China toy boss kills self after recall" by AP; "In China, bribers get off easy" by Los Angeles Times.
He famously branded them the sons and daughters of 'brigands, muggers, bribers and gangsters', but 27 years on Neil Kinnock has himself become a peer.
Yasuyuki Yoshizawa, chief of the Capital Markets Division at the BOJ's Credit and Market Management Department who was arrested earlier this month for allegedly taking bribers from major commercial banks in exchange for leaking confidential information, used to report to Homma whose term of office is due to expire April 25.
THEY called him the "Welsh windbag," a motormouth who once derided hereditary peers as "nothing more than descendants of brigands, muggers, bribers and gangsters.
What a U-turn we've witnessed since the young firebrand Kinnock proclaimed that hereditary peers were nothing more than descendants of 'brigands, muggers, bribers and gangsters.
Friends and former colleagues watched as Lord Kinnock, 62, who 27 years ago described peers as 'the sons and daughters of muggers, bribers and gangsters', was introduced to the upper house.
In 1977 Neil Kinnock, the ex-Labour leader, called the Lords "the descendants of brigands, muggers, bribers and gangsters".
Mr Kinnock has formerly been a vocal critic of the House of Lords, describing it as full of 'brigands, muggers, bribers and gangsters".