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corrupt

1. (of a text or manuscript) made meaningless or different in meaning from the original by scribal errors or alterations
2. (of computer programs or data) containing errors
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corrupt

[kə′rəpt]
(computer science)
To destroy or alter information so that it is no longer reliable.
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Next we explore the mechanisms through which the corruptible politician extracts enhanced powers.
"In presence of a poorly trained, ill-equipped and a corruptible police force, which was also not willing to transform its existing mindset, Rangers seemed a better force comparably," he said.
" Human beings are corruptible and some people will gamble on matches while some won't.
The reading argued for here may also explain how Aristotle can claim, by the end of book 12, that he has succeeded in responding to an important aporia which (he says) was neglected by predecessors, namely "why some things are corruptible and others incorruptible" (Metaphysics 2).
It's sexy, hedonistic, corruptible, and will leave you wanting to return again and again.
If we're going to open up the pope to such criticism then we should open it up to other people as well." Ormerod backed Pell as "within his rights" to debate papal attributes in the lead-up to the conclave, but disagreed that the precedent of resignation would be open to abuse, arguing that the current system was equally corruptible. "We certainly can't say that in the final years of (Benedict's predecessor) John Paul II's life that he was a strong administrator either," he said.
Former Emmerdale star Roxanne Pallet, as Brad's squeaky clean fiancee Janet, impressed as the corruptible heroine.
Having failed to deliver on those confident promises you made when he awarded you his business, you're now clearly imply-ing that you think he's corruptible. Why not just get the work right?
Fourth, at the popular front, unless masses reject candidates in elections who are either corrupt or can be corruptible, one cannot hope to eradicate corruption.
corruptible seed at the expense of justice, and so "judges will
1 Peter 1 describes this: "Having been born again, not of corruptible seed, but incorruptible, through the word of God which lives and abides forever." Hope and fulfilment can still grow from ruined, wasted lives.