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collusion

a secret agreement between opponents at law in order to obtain a judicial decision for some wrongful or improper purpose

collusion

A secret agreement for illegal or fraudulent purposes.
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The European member of a bid team, who offered him the information on vote collusion did so with the purpose of him sharing it with 'marketing consultants' (who were journalists) had fabricated that story, IWF said.
Thackston in Washington, DC and at Mississippi State University illustrating how collusion can occur without detection despite industry claims.
The application of broad institutional and structural perspectives on the schooling of Black youth is an intelligent way the authors expound on the consequences of cultural collision and collusion.
But David Cameron told the Commons the collusion detailed was totally unacceptable.
Mark Curtis reveals the covert history of British collusion with radical Islamic and terrorist groups and shows how governments since the 1940s have connived with militant forces to control oil resources and overthrow governments as well as the rise of global terrorism.
We find that collusion can be social welfare enhancing in a static framework and show that under certain conditions both consumers and producers can benefit from collusion; this occurs if the number of firms in the market exceeds roughly 20.
As expected, the National Football League Players Association filed its collusion claim (http://noir.
Blatter said he was optimistic and looking forward to the last few days before the bid decisions on December 2 but also said that collusion was difficult to avoid.
Sulser said no evidence had been found of the collusion claims but confirmed that Spain's executive committee member Angel Villar-Llona and Qatar's Mohamed Bin Hammam had only been contacted by letter and not interviewed in person.
FIFA announced a separate investigation into the alleged collusion between Spain/Portugal's bid for 2018 and Qatar's for 2022 - although they did not name the countries - at the same time as opening proceedings against two executive committee members who were trapped by the Sunday Times asking for cash for World Cup votes.
New report, website document costly collusion between greens, unions, corporations
THE murder of loyalist leader Billy Wright was the result of serious failings by the prison service, not state collusion, an inquiry has found.