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Tamper

To meddle, alter, or improperly interfere with something; to make changes or corrupt, as in tampering with the evidence.

tamper

verb alter, change, convert, corrupt, debase, hinder, interfere, intermeddle, intervene, manipulate, meddle
Associated concepts: tamper with a jury, tamper with evidence
See also: disturb
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who reportedly helped the drivers tamper with the meters.
While almost every form of packaging can become tamper evident, pharmaceutical manufacturers need to consider their product's qualities (including its transportability and shelf life), and the consumers' perception of the packaging option, before they select the right package for their product.
With the "Go Green" agenda affecting all aspects of die packaging industry, Tamper Technologies is producing what it says is an easy to apply, environmentally sustainable tamper evident label, reducing packaging waste by up to 50 percent per roll with their linerless label system.
A common tamper form is a shapely lady's leg, sometimes beautifully carved out of ivory with silver fittings.
However, today the lyrics aptly describe a special type of signature--the tamper seat--that enables the signing, securing and transit of eMortgage documents.
The entire job can be accomplished by anyone with reasonable mechanical aptitude using basic hand tools and is completed in about 45 minutes, and the tamper is ready to use," said Willis.
That could give the enemy an opportunity to tamper with water supplies.
If anyone attempts to tamper with voting equipment, the color of the seal changes to void and any piece of equipment that might be tampered with is removed,'' McCormack said.
Afridi, who was left out of the side at The Oval, told Indian newspaper Times Now: "You have to tamper with the ball in order to make it swing.
Sessions of York is now offering cost-effective and attractive tamper evidence using its innovative heat-shrink technology.
Along with Derrick, a Glamorgan steward claimed he witnessed Kirby tamper with the ball and he was called in front of the inquiry.