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collude

verb abet, calculate, combine, conceive, connive, conspire, contrive, cooperate, design, engineer, foment, frame, incite, intrigue, involve, maneuver, plan, plot, prearrange, predetermine, scheme
Associated concepts: collusion between husband and wife, collusion to circumvent the law, collusive action, fraudulent conveyances
See also: act in concert, combine, connive, conspire, contrive, cooperate, involve, maneuver, participate, plan, plot, scheme
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Tesco stands alone in denying that it colluded with the others to inflate the price of milk and cheese.
Hasan told Al Jazeera that British agents colluded in multiple ways.
The Home Secretary is facing legal action over claims that MI5 colluded in the torture of a former civil servant suspected of terrorism, the Home Office said.
THE Home Secretary faces legal action over claims that MI5 colluded in the torture of a former civil servant suspected of terrorism, the Home Office confirmed last night.
Lawyers for Briton Jamil Rahman wrote to Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, pictured below, claiming that she colluded in assault, unlawful arrest, false imprisonment and breaches of human rights legislation.
Summary: British police have been asked to investigate claims that MI5 colluded in the torture of former Guantanamo detainee Binyam Mohamed, the country's top law official said Thursday.
He maintains that thousands of residential students were murdered over the course of a century, alleging that the government, the churches and the RCMP colluded to commit genocide through the schools.
Presenting officer Sheleen McCormack said Mr and Mrs Gunn had colluded in altering the original test papers.
THE accusation that leading supermarkets and dairy processors colluded to fix the price of milk, butter and cheese is damaging in the extreme
This is the same John McCain who battled the border fence and colluded with Teddy Kennedy on the amnesty bill rejected by Congress last year after a national uproar.
And they receive aid and comfort from misguided and timid editorial pages, like those of The Washington Post and The New York Times, which also colluded with power in the run-up to the Iraq war instead of challenging it and which now circumscribe discourse with the narrow frame of how best to muddle through rather than promote an honest debate about whether to stay or go.
The Commission alleged that SAA and Lufthansa colluded to fix ticket prices on flights between Cape Town, Johannesburg and Frankfurt.