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“It stands to reason your mordida is a bigger bite as well.”
“Maybe where you live the mordida is a few pesos, but at Lake Chapala it can be anywhere from 100 pesos and up, to over 500 pesos in Guadalajara.”
“He and I discussed "mordida" for a whole hour last night.”
“In Mexico I was chased by a taxi full of police trying to get a "mordida" (bribe) for failing to stop at a red light.”
“Italian and Dutch companies bribed some Nigerians and a telecommunications company slipped a mordida or two to Chinese officials.”
“And the band will play on, and the favored officers of the court will know exactly where, when and to whom the mordida should be made to continue this merry-go-round of a travesty masked as justice.”
“Baksheesh in Egypt, dash in Kenya, mordida in Mexico -- corruption is everywhere, and ancient: Mercury probably ran a crooked messenger service on Mount Olympus.”
“In time, ‘mordida’ will become standard operating procedure not only at our weigh stations and ports of entry but on bills of lading and other documents.”
“Nonetheless, Bush invites Mexican workers into our country who work under the “mordida” known as the “bite or bribe”.”
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