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a plug used to close a hole in a barrel or flask

give a tip or gratuity to in return for a service, beyond the compensation agreed on

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close with a cork or stopper

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Bung was charged under Subsection 17(a) of the MACC Act and punishable under Section 24(1) of the same Act, which provides imprisonment not more than 20 years and a fine of not less than five times the amount of the bribe or RM10,000 whichever is higher, upon conviction.
MoreWine!'s racking wand features a stainless steel lock-down mechanism and compression bung to create a tight seal.
* JP-8 fuel causes the rubber in some bungs to swell.
She was also charged with getting married without the consent of the registrar of marriages while Bung Mokhtar was charged with abetting her.
With the purpose-built Preston kits the bottom of the female joint is re-enforced and a hole is drilled in the side with your pull bung sticking out of it.
It means is that you can ship back to the power kit, grab the bung and ship back out to land your fish, holding the No.4 or No.5 section while holding the elastic bung.
SCOTTISH soccer bosses have launched twin high-level probes into bungs and racism north of the border, writes DAVID LEGGAT.
"We all get paid enough anyway without having to take a bung, so if it can be proved someone has taken one then I agree they should be kicked out forever ( and that's that."
Harrison said: "I've never given bungs. I've not given a bung to Sam Allardyce.
Tonson Angle bung entry air mixer equipped with high torque radial piston drive air motor, stainless steel shaft and two collapsible polished stainless impellers is ideal for mixing low to medium viscosity materials in closed drums.
And one such expression, that has passed into common parlance in the last fifteen years or so, is the 'bung'.
Former Blues striker and current Luton manager Mike Newell is at the centre of a possible FA probe after claiming that the bung culture of illegal payments is stillrife in the game.
He was lying on the floor in his house, about 20 minutes by taxi from the (South) Korean Hibakusha Association in Seoul, where he lives with the family of his oldest son, Bung Hui, 56, who is engaged in agriculture and raising cattle.
Included as standard are features such as a two-stage filling, bung-entry filling, bung alignment protection and premature filling head ascent interlock.
Sabah Umno chief Datuk Bung Moktar Radin said that it will be seeking legal advice on the civil forfeiture suit filed by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).