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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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Likewise, 17 meters out of 186 meters of Swat Circle were found tampered for electricity theft purpose and fine was proposed on its owners as per their load and tampering nature.
of tampering with official documents [RTA permits] and using them on the dashboards of two cars in a parking lot in Jebel Ali in December.
Each formulation is being developed with specific properties designed to resist tampering by patients and abusers and to deter abuse by various routes of administration.
Authorities accuse her of tampering with vials of fentanyl citrate sometime between Nov.
Saini said no tampering was done on the part of CBI.
nz, Younis was the first player to get a suspension from one ODI for ball tampering during 2000.
Details of the suspected tampering - a practice which involves manipulating livestock to make it appear more healthy - has not been disclosed as tests are ongoing.
The FDA continues to request that the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry uses packaging that makes tampering as difficult to get away with as possible, and blister packs have emerged as a popular solution to compliance.
The housing association is training up 150 staff and contractors so they can be the 'eyes and ears' of LHT and spot the tell tale signs of electricity meter tampering at the 10,000 homes they own across Merseyside, Cheshire and Lancashire.
ALASTAIR COOK has denied claims that England bowlers Stuart Broad and James Anderson have engaged in ball tampering.
Gul came out with an accusation that Broad and Anderson illegally tampered with the ball after reading retired Pakistan paceman Shoaib Akhtar's autobiography, which contains a confession that he took part in ball tampering during his career.
The tamper seal secures the document and allows for the detection of alteration or tampering.