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bribe

a length of flawed or damaged cloth removed from the main piece
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Ecclestone according to Gribkowsky's jailhouse statement apparently referred to him as such and therefore knew he was bribing an 'officer of the state.
Industry dummies are included to correct for any industry level differences in bribing.
corrupting a decision, therefore, requires bribing two or more judges,
challenger's relative efficiency in bribing, the incumbent must
who in early September became the first drug company employee to be arrested on suspicion of bribing Morita.
But following the 1973 oil crisis, Western businesses competing for markets in the Middle East `became accustomed to bribing foreign politicians or officials in order to win contracts,' said Dommel.
The etiquette of bribing in Asian markets, after all, is complex.
Zhou is facing charges of corruption as well as bribing civil servants, Xinhua said.
A federal indictment charged David Kay, the company's vice president for marketing, and Douglas Murphy, company CEO, with violating the law by bribing Haitian officials for the purpose of reducing customs duties and taxes.
As part of a widening investigation into a Los Angeles Superior Court bribery scandal, the owners of a Calabasas company were arraigned Thursday on charges of bribing a court employee, prosecutors said.
The private detective, Hideo Yokochi, 42, was sentenced to two years in prison for bribing Sato.