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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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4mm), and sport forward-leaning designs that allow operators to walk behind the tampers whilst their momentum carries them forward.
The tampers are equipped with four-stroke Honda GXR 120 engines, which deliver lower emissions and improved fuel consumption compared to previous iterations.
Most tampers for sale date from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, like the two shown here, which were made in the 1920s or 30s.
Bawdy tampers were popular in the 18th century, depicting men and women exposing themselves in unmentionable ways.
A 75 cfm compressor or larger will operate one unit; compressors 185 cfm or larger can operate multiple tampers.
Tampers converted to air offer several important advantages over gasoline models, said Willis.