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bribe

a length of flawed or damaged cloth removed from the main piece
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At the same time, due to the complementary nature of the bureaucratic power structure, bribe takers fail to deliver the public goods to bribers, thus creating less economic growth than under a dictatorship.
While most of our qualitative conclusions would apply to this alternative scheme, bribe takers would have less incentives to report than bribers because they do not have a bribe to recover.
But bribery it is and bribery is still a felony The rich bribers can call it whatever synonym they like--the proof is in the pudding:
As everyone knows, the greatest bribers and influence peddlers in D.
Corrupt customs officials and bribers are involved in corruption [incidents].
The Court went further and considered these clients as bribers who acted as an accessory to the crime.
Standing in front of the Supreme Court building one day, I was struck with the dignity of the place, as opposed to the busy comings and goings at the congressional parking lot nearby - it looked like bribers with cases, coming and going.
He added that it is not enough for those who are offered bribes to merely reject the offer because doing so would only lead bribers to opt for another employee.
Community Prefecture are distributing bribers to voters at the given school.
According to the reports, German investigators conducted wiretaps of telephone conversations between alleged bribers, which found evidence that Poleksic, had been approached.