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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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In other Bag-in-Box screw cap adapters available in the market, the tamper evident ring gets easily separated from the system and might end up in the product itself.
It provides tamper proof sealing of reverse tuck end and airplane closing cartons.
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If any team does tamper with the ball, then I don't think there's anything wrong because it's a torture for the bowlers to bowl on these wickets.
Kleinman said some systems require a tamper and some do not, and that depends on the insurance company.
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