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  • n. Plural form of impropriety.


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  • In any event, the long and short of it is that this "packet" of "evidence" provided only news clippings regarding allegations of voting improprieties from the 2004 election -- improprieties that had been exhaustively investigated and resulted in approx. 20 prosecutions, but which did not produce the widespread election-stealing conspiracy that the Republicans were convinced existed.


  • All of those other that have been characterized as improprieties or one thing or another.

    CNN Transcript May 7, 2002

  • Zwirn claimed the improprieties were the fault of poor back-office oversight by his CFO and wasn't linked at all to the strategy he had overseen successfully. Home Page

  • THA officials call the notion of improprieties "unsupported".


  • The New York Times reported that last year the Pentagon investigated over 1,000 recruiting "improprieties," and after one enterprising young man in Denver tape-recorded a recruiter suggesting that he lie about his background the recruiter was demoted one pay grade.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: MARISCAL: Selling Death Door to Door

  • The county CEO said he also decided to terminate JCS 'contract because of "improprieties" in the procurement process. - News

  • For similar reasons, such as improprieties against Japanese and Japanese Americans, the elections of

    Yahoo! News: Top Stories

  • Helena Guergis and allegations of "improprieties" on behalf of her husband, former MP Rahim Jaffer.

    Crooks and Liars

  • Bauer concludes that no "improprieties" occurred and that the events were "fully consistent with the relevant law and ethical requirements."

    Lead Stories from AOL

  • Bernard Hickey details the key news overnight in the final 90 seconds at 9am for 2009, including news from the New Zealand Herald that that the trustee for the First Step funds set up by Money Managers and Doug Somers Edgar has referred evidence of 'improprieties' by borrowers from First Step to the Serious Fraud Office for investigation. - Financial News


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