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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

corrupt

[kə′rəpt]
(computer science)
To destroy or alter information so that it is no longer reliable.
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and Clyburn, apparently are so afraid of what an ethics investigation will reveal about the corruptive nature of earmarks that they are resorting to strong arm tactics to intimidate members of Congress, trying to deter them from exercising their oversight duties.
We appreciate hearing the President so concisely laying out some of the best arguments against the corruptive influence of pork-barrel earmarking.
This is an historic opportunity to stop the corruptive earmark craze and restore honor and honesty to the federal spending process.
As a result, taxpayers are still burdened with secretive and corruptive pork-barreling," said Schatz.
This resulted in a set of components suggested as essential to a universal solution, that included eliminating opportunities for corruption in the public sphere, stronger enforcement against corruptive practices, better intelligence-gathering and financial independence of the judiciary from the government's leadership.
The corruptive power of celebrity casts a long, dark shadow over Victorian London in Oliver Parker's superb take on Oscar Wilde's gothic horror.
At the same time the awareness emerges of the corruptive value of music's sensorial pleasure, which the author traces back to Augustine's caution that reason needs to control the listening experience.
APML secretary general also pointed out that millions of people have become homeless due to prevailing floods in Sindh province but the world community has been hesitating to come forward due to bad and corruptive image of PPPs led ruling government across the world.
What has happened in the Anti-Terrorist Prison in Baghdad on Saturday night will surely be repeated during the forthcoming few days amid the existence of an intention to account the corruptive elements and to put an end for corruption," Aaraji told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
The February 14 celebration named after a Christian saint is not officially banned but hardliners have repeatedly warned about the corruptive spread of Western values.
Qatar and Spain-Portugal) said there is no such corruptive coalition between them and denied any allegations,'' said Bin Hammam, who is in town for Saturday's Asian Champions League final between Seongnam Ilhwa and Zobahan.