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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 was charged on May 3 with three counts of accepting bribes amounting to RM2.8 million in July 2015 when he was non-executive chairman of Felcra Berhad to approve the wholly-owned government corporation's RM150 million unit trust investment in Public Mutual Berhad.
The lure may have caught first but persevering with the bung won out - with healthy, bright, full-tailed rainbows that fought hard in the cold water.
Valley Pipe and Supply's racking wand features a quick-connect bung with two lock levers.
Indonesian Air Forces West Fleet Commander Air Marshal Dwi Putranto also said due to the bad weather, efforts to evacuate the bodies from Bung Tomo navy ship was halted.
* Insert the straight adapter through the flat washer and into the bung.
The extracts were read out in court after prosecutors said excuses offered by Redknapp and co-defendant Milan Mandaric for the pounds 189,000 "bung" were "contradictory, inconsistent and lack credibility".
Redknapp told Mr Beasley that if the journalist reported that the manager was taking bungs, he would sue.
His lawyer, Amli Embong, said both Bung Mokhtar, 51, and his second wife, Zizie Ezette Abd Samad, 32, an actress, would file an application to validate their marriage soon.
It's an insult to my name to even be connected with a bung enquiry.
CATCHING my eye on the Sonu Baits press day at Woodland View last week were the Preston Innovations pull bung top kits.
With the purpose-built Preston kits, the bottom of the female joint is re-inforced and a hole is drilled in the side with the pull bung sticking out of it.
"There is nothing to suggest there is any sort of bung culture in our game but we want to be sure.