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bung

(bŭng) [ME. bunge, stopper]
A stopper or diaphragm that covers a vial and prevents fluids from escaping.
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Bung Mokhtar later said: "The court has made its decision.
BRYAN Robson has called for any manager found guilty of taking bungs to be SACKED.
We are pleased to announce our association with the Song Bung 4 hydropower plant.
Jefferies insists he always heard whispers of bungs in his time at Bradford but insists it doesn't go on in Scotland.
Newell caused a storm last season when he became the first manager to reveal he had been offered illegal financial incentives by agents, triggering a Premier League inquiry into the alleged bungs scandal.
offers a full range of portable mixing equipment including gear drive bung entering mixers for mixing in closed drums and tanks.
Her Atti d'amore (Acts of love), 2002-2003, consists of sculptures of manta rays, snakes, dogs, dragonflies, and more, all made of gray felt and bung from elastic strings that give them the appearance of flying and also emphasize their erotic movement, their purely biological sexuality, in contrast to the human species, whose sexual relations are regulated by cultural and social norms.
The Football Association are to contact Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson over his revelations that he was offered a pounds 40,000 bung.
What we have dreamed of since 1983, or 16 years ago, became a reality on June 11 by the issue of a permit from the Ministry of Education and Culture to open the Bung Karno University," Sukarno's daughter Rachmawati Sukarnoputri told reporters after meeting Habibie at the Merdeka Presidential Palace.
So if that's construed as a bung then I suppose I'll have to hold my hands up.
In the journalism business, a bung can be the difference between an average front page - or video evidence of someone singing The Sash who shouldn't have been.
PREMIER LEAGUE bung busters are ready to call in the police to rid football of corruption.