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They tamper with meters of the dispensing machines, giving customers less than they pay for.
More specifically, vehicle owners sometimes tamper with, or remove, catalytic converters, and make other modifications to emission control systems that can have significant negative effects on tailpipe emissions.
We accept that this allegation is untrue and that Kevin Pietersen did not tamper with his bat.
Willis said an old tamper with a worn out gasoline engine can be given new life by replacing it with a HIS air motor kit--the cost is about the same as a replacement gasoline engine.
Under Law 42.3, his action will be interpreted as an attempt to tamper with the ball.