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Graft

An informal term for bribery.
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Miserable May is guilty of fuelling "burning injustices" by plunging grafters deeper into poverty.
Based at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary, The Grafters Club is a charity that works with children and their families in the North East and Cumbria who have experienced a burn injury.
We're working with the Department of Justice to implement the big programmes, just to put more teeth into them," said Purisima, adding the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) and the Bureau of Customs (BOC) will be very busy with the government's high-profile efforts against grafters.
In fact, anyone who missed Grafters going to the wall could be forgiven for thinking the new firm is the same outfit.
Grafters is British slang for worker or laborer, and "Grafters" is a storytelling treat for the viewers who made is 'must see' television in Britain two years in a row.
The story revolves around the attempts of five unemployed grafters from recession-hit Sheffield to reclaim some of their dignity by becoming male strippers.
WHEN we were on holiday in Blackpool my Gran and I bumped into Grafters and Ballykissangel star Stephen Tomkinson.
According to Gichira Kibara, head of the Centre for Democracy and Governance in Nairobi, by saying 'No' to grafters "Kenyans feel they are helping the government achieve its avowed mission of ridding the country of corruption.
Photographer Colin Jones' new book, Grafters, is full of them in a breathtaking look at working-class Britain.
The couple first separated in April after Soldier Soldier and Grafters star Green's four-year affair with actress Pamela Sharrock was revealed.
Robson Green proves that it's not all work on the set of Grafters as he swaps high fives with a fan.