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Bribe

To give money or some other compensation to another party so 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. Bribery is a crime and a form of corruption. It is possible (and in many places common) in both the government and the private sector.
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25) The FCPA is violated even if an official does not select the course of action preferred by the person making the bribe, so long as the briber possesses the requisite intent to wrongfully influence a recipient's actions.
With my colleagues, we always fought against thieves and bribers but we could not recognize that being involved in theft is no longer a crime," GE[micro]ktaE- wrote.
They are recalling Neil Kinnock's attack on hereditary peers as nothing more than "descendants of brigands, muggers, bribers and gangsters.
The Prime minister added that there is no doubt that illegal means were used to defeat the PPP in 1990 elections and the bribers, the bribed, and the plotters of this conspiracy owed an explanation to the nation.
CDA Employees are very well aware of these bribers.
The incentives to solicit bribers are particularly great for teachers.
These bribers, often targeting government officials, offer money to gain illegal returns.
Most importantly, to ensure that bribers do not record their bribes as fees for, say, consulting, transportation, or office supplies, the Act requires that public companies maintain accurate books and records and a system of internal controls to ensure the accuracy of such books and records.
If we divide the Arabs into two groups, they would be a group of bribers and a group of bribed, or a group of oppressors and an oppressed group, while both are ignorant.