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  • n. Plural form of embezzlement.

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Examples

  • Surabaya Police have revealed possible tax embezzlements, which is worth a total of Rp 300 billion [US$33 million].

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

  • The 10-year term is unusual for a white-collar defendant in Fairfax, where large embezzlements frequently net scant jail time -- state sentencing guidelines called for probation for Gutierrez.

    Convicted Transition Partners embezzler Tony Gutierrez dipped into funds, dreams

  • Before I got him as a charge, Zelmanowitz must have been a real charmer, or the FBI wanted the Newark hoods very badly, because he only got probation despite three indictments involving bank embezzlements and securities-related offenses.

    The Mob and Me

  • With additional responsibilities, the office ' s ability to investigate embezzlements and union corruption will be further hindered.

    Government By Executive Order

  • Among Montesinos's other duties, he collected dirt about the tax evasions, embezzlements and love affairs of Peru's economic and political elite.

    A Man Of Secrets

  • "How is it possible that despite the controls undertaken by the banking commission, none of these embezzlements done by this employee were detected?" she asked.

    Vast Deception

  • Catholic dioceses in 2005 and found that 85% had experienced embezzlements in the previous five years.

    Teaching the Gospel of Management

  • In an unprecedented “investigation arrangement,” Tannenbaum was promised that if he came clean about all the crimes and scams he was involved in, and if it indeed emerged that he had not give Hizballah any vital secrets, especially the one supremely important secret, he would be granted a full pardon and immunity from prosecution for all prior offenses and embezzlements, as well as the drug deal he had plotted.

    The Secret War with Iran

  • She wanted a haven wherein she could read whatever she wanted, or choose a menu irrespective of cost, or not be held responsible for servile embezzlements.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • Likewise, when he writes, as he did last week, that the problem with the economy is that no one trusts each other, that plant closings, hostile takeovers, bank embezzlements, voluntary marketing agreements and the proliferation of lawyers can be curtailed if only we abandon “cowboy capitalism” in favor of a reaffirmation of mutual commitment to fair treatment all around, Reich sounds more like a celebrant of good school spirit than a serious economic analyst.

    Economic Principals

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