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Synonyms for bribe

inducement

buy off

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Synonyms for bribe

money, property, or a favor given, offered, or promised to a person or accepted by a person in a position of trust as an inducement to dishonest behavior

to give, offer, or promise a bribe to

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Synonyms for bribe

payment made to a person in a position of trust to corrupt his judgment

make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence

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The questions pertain to subjective perceptions of corruption in addition to objective frequencies of bribing on entrance, exams, term papers, and for credit in various tertiary education institutions.
Make no change concerning M and [alpha], bribing is still illegal and hence presumably morally costly, and on not reporting E is still caught and fined with probability [alpha].
Industry dummies are included to correct for any industry level differences in bribing.
corrupting a decision, therefore, requires bribing two or more judges,
Democratic bribing in this area is much less efficient.
In fact, A minimizes his total payments by bribing all seven legislators.
Abu Dhabi: An Asian has been sent to prison pending trial for charges of bribing an employee at the Abu Dhabi Police Traffic and Patrols Directorate, the Public Prosecution announced today.
The reason is that as n increases, bribing becomes less profitable for bureaucrats, as fewer entrepreneurs choose to enter the formal sector by paying bribes.
As part of a widening investigation into a Los Angeles Superior Court bribery scandal, the owners of a Calabasas company were arraigned Thursday on charges of bribing a court employee, prosecutors said.
The private detective, Hideo Yokochi, 42, was sentenced to two years in prison for bribing Sato.
Two former Nippon Shinyaku executives and a former Fuji Yakuhin executive have admitted to bribing Hidaka.
Welch, the former president of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee, is accused of bribing IOC officials in the biggest corruption scandal in Olympic history.
During a court hearing last month, a former Fuji Yakuhin official admitted to bribing Hidaka.
Akihiko Otsuka, 61, president of the Tokyo-based company was arrested on suspicion of bribing Hiroyoshi Hidaka, 60, then professor at the state-run university's medical department, between June 1995 and April this year, investigators said.
before the Dubai Cassation Court, said: "If any person tips a porter or a bartender at any government-owned hotel, then would that person be charged with bribing a public sector employee?