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It denounces past legislation, but it only refers to the capital commission as an illustration of past jobbery and corruption.
4- Preparing the procedures simplifying system is underway for the time being in cooperation with the government of Holland and issuing the directory of the governmental services for the public and private sector to provide the service-seeker with the information about the needed procedures and to protect him from the brokers and jobbery.
Some sections of the press, however, branded it "jobbery".
When Reagan swept into office in 1980, Wolfe, a Hillsdale College graduate, was on staff with NR, where his initial euphoria gradually turned into dismay at the carnival of jobbery and hypocrisy that followed the election among his movement pals, many of them eager to join this well-paying "revolution."
He had desired that evils of bribery, corruption, black-marketing, hoarding, nepotism and jobbery should be dealt with an iron hand and life, property and religious beliefs of all Pakistanis irrespective of their creed, caste and beliefs are fully protected by maintaining law and order.
Along with many other things, good and bad, has arrived this great evil, the evil of nepotism and jobbery. I want to make it quite clear that I shall never tolerate any kind of jobbery, nepotism or any influence directly of indirectly brought to bear upon me.
Citizens may loathe cronyism both because its exclusivity disadvantages them materially and because its jobbery offends them morally.
But the action group of the UP IAS Association, which shot into limelight exposing jobbery 12 years ago, now lies defunct.
Garran further argued that, even if the fundamental principle was modified so that the land values of any nation were confined to that nation, an equal share for every individual in the nation would not be ensured, because 'in bad governments there is jobbery, and in good governments there are inequalities in the services rendered to the separate members'.
The crude partisan political jobbery that led to the abolition of the Greater London Council, the English Metropolitan authorities, and the federated Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto scarcely justifies use of the term.
("Uncertainty as to the political affiliations of legislators opened the way for all sorts of political jobbery.").
26, 1857, at 4; see also The Quarterly Review, Tampering with Jurors and Political Jobbery, N.Y.