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bribe

a length of flawed or damaged cloth removed from the main piece
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Second, we estimate the probability of students bribing on the following occasions: (1) exams (resit an exam), (2) credit (pass a test), (3) term papers, and (4) university admission.
With positive moral and legal costs of bribing, BP may increase the frequency of corruption if reporting costs C are large, in which case it may also increase the size of the bribes.
However, this is only the number of people who have reported about the bribing incident on our website.
In other words, examining firm bribing behaviors from either only firm or institutional level can be misleading.
The dealers were also cleared of bribing the officers.
expected net gains for the bribing party would be less than the expected
Forty-four percent say bribing healthcare officials for better care is morally acceptable; 32% say the same about bribing university officials to gain admission for a student.
Torontonians will be bribing companies to move North
5m (pounds 799,000) fine for bribing an Indonesian official.
Sources said earlier that Mitsui employees and the company itself will likely be criminally charged over violation of a law banning company employees from bribing foreign government officials.
A guy bribes the Democratic senator from New Jersey, is convicted of bribing a U.
Yet even de la Rua was tainted after government officials and close friends were accused of bribing senators.