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One can observe Turkey's electoral activity in 2015 as a paragon of the corruptible market for votes.
First, let me speak for the advocates of fee-compensated fiduciary investment advice by saying that the majority of us do not think commission-based advisors are "corruptible Morlocks." Well, not most of them, anyway.
The Relic Master (Simon & Schuster Audio, $23.99, 11 hours, ISBN 9781442394476), his latest and one of his cleverest novels, is set in 1500s Germany, then part of the Holy Roman Empire and replete with enough greedy, power-hungry and corruptible figures to delight any satirist.
He was beheaded outside the Banqueting House on Whitehall in London and his last words on the scaffold were: "I go from a corruptible to an incorruptible crown, where no disturbance can be, no disturbance in the world." His son Charles II was later crowned king in 1660.
He guides the reader through the reign of Sukarno (1945-1967) and others of lesser, but no less corruptible, reputation, to settle with guarded optimism with the current president, Joko Widodo, popularly known as Jokowi.
The report, which gathers military information and ranks nationalAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA defenses by least to most corruptible, claims that Chi military risk to be corruptedAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA is "very high" to "critical," and sugg that it could lead to greater instability and distrust in the region.
Hope and optimism abounds in the kingdom, and any darker or corruptible suggestions are quickly snuffed out with magic and sickly-sweet love.
The second season of Netflix's Orange Is the New Black delves deeper into anti-statist themes: Employees at the fictional Litchfield Correctional Facility are shown to be jaded, callous, and corruptible at their best.
When Josh looks for something he can be passionate about--something beyond the karate which saves him on some levels--he discovers science and hopes it will not be as corruptible and questionable as his world has become.
It became a deterrence force against the outlaws, who were more afraid of the paramilitary forces compared to the police, who were seen as more corruptible.
A partir del titulo, Fantasmas en la lluvia, el lector intuye una analogia entre la lluvia como evaporacion del mar y los fantasmas como la evaporacion del alma de los muertos que aun pesan apegados a lo corruptible, sin integrarse a la bienaventuranza.
"The devil is slightly corporate, slightly bourgeois, cynical and very happy with himself,'' Holland said, adding that the characters "in our series believe that anyone is corruptible, that you can buy anyone, it's only a question of price.'' (It's unclear whether the contested wealth tax imposed by the French Prime Minister Francois Hollande applies to sales of children to Satan.)