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Briber

A person who offers a bribe, which is money or some other compensation given to another party so that that party will violate rules. For example, a restaurant owner may offer a bribe to a health inspector so he/she will overlook a restaurant's violation of the city's health code. In such a case, the restaurant owner is a briber. Bribery is a crime and a form of corruption.
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grant immunity to the briber in exchange for incriminating information
A victim of extortion, unlike a true briber, is paying for a fair shake.
A bidding organizer in the Kagoshima prefectural government said it has no rules covering alleged bribers in cases for which the statute of limitations has run out.
If the official engages in extortion as a matter of course, however, the briber could truthfully argue that she would have been unlawfully disadvantaged had he elected not to make payment.
For a bribe there is no accountability but to the briber.
A home user for example, might create a drawer to store vacation photos or images from a CD-ROM; create another to hold multimedia presentations with notes, movie clips, pictures and sound; and create another to hold meeting notes, memos, faxes, charts and photos," said Gary Briber, director of marketing at Jazz Multimedia Inc.
Briber, professor, University of Maryland, College Park: developing low-cost solvent systems to reduce the crystallinity of native cellulose, reducing the need for enzymes in biomass digestion for the production of ethanol and other biofuels.
Presumably the innate Australian ability to call a spade a bloody shovel would have produced a mouthful but what then if the would-be briber told them he would make public thei r already established relationship with him if they did not play ball?
We have now proven our ability to be a contender in the main stream graphics accelerator market," said Gary Briber Director of Sales and Marketing at Jazz Multimedia Inc.
1 /PRNewswire/ -- First Lady Laura Bush and embattled Congressmen Pombo and Doolittle will receive an unwanted reminder of their political corruption at upcoming campaign stops in California: a visit from convicted Congressional briber Jack Abramoff, whose arrest will be re-enacted (by an impersonator) to dramatize the problem of political corruption and the need to pass a statewide measure, Proposition 89, which will clean it up.