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  • The company specializes in selling wine that has passed his "Five Star Provenance" system: They are sourced directly from the ch â teaux, have remained in professional storage in Bordeaux since bottling, and arrive in their original wooden cases with tamper-proof seals and accompanied by extensive documentation.

    Is That Case of Petrus Authentic?

  • If you've ever wondered why medicines have tamper-proof seals — there's one reason: an group of still unsolved murders over a quarter of a century old.

    The Consumerist: February 2009 Archives

  • This law is just asking for trouble without a tamper-proof national ID card.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Why the Arizona Law is Much Worse than the Federal Law It is Supposedly Based On

  • AP Michaels Stores is installing tamper-proof card-processing equipment.

    Debit-Card Heist Lasted Months

  • "Those pads have all been removed from every U.S. Michaels store, and are being replaced with tamper-proof equipment within the next two weeks," the company said, adding, "We have adopted additional security measures to prevent future tampering."

    Debit-Card Heist Lasted Months

  • Artists In Cellophane A cigarette machine-turned-art dispenser Claiming that it would take "military explosives to blow a box up," he said that the machines—which are outfitted with "several locking systems, tamper-proof cash boxes as well as molybdenum steel casing"—are a hit.

    Automatic for the People

  • A determined dog can get into any container, even those promising to be "tamper-proof," DeClementi points out.

    Pet Talk: Beware of dogs' accidental poisoning

  • Franken calls for tamper-proof worker identification cards.

    Al Franken: Where he stands on the issues

  • A pilot study published online Wednesday in the journal "Contraception" showed that among women ages 16 to 29 who'd recently experienced intimate-partner violence, those who went to clinics that asked whether they were being pressured to become pregnant and that offered information about tamper-proof birth control such as IUDs were 71 percent less likely to unwillingly become pregnant in the ensuing six months than women whose clinics didn't offer such counseling.

    Clinics' intervention can ward off 'reproductive coercion'

  • In almost all cases, an authenticator will take an item he saw used in a game and stick a tamper-proof hologram on it.

    MLB Authenticators Ready for A-Rod's 600th Homer

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