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tam·per·ing

(tam'pĕr-ing),
To change or alter in an illicit or illegal manner (for example, data, pharamceuticals, test results).

tampering

The adulteration of a thing. See Drug tampering.
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They reported the tampering to the state and have cooperated with the U.
Younis said that if ball tampering was legalized, there would be a lot of swing and so he does not see it to be possible.
Honorary show director Bill Cowling said he could not comment on which animals were under scrutiny or what form of tampering was being alleged, as he is awaiting test results which may take two weeks.
Certainly products that are either very expensive, or products like lifestyle drugs--like Viagra, for example--where there's large volume and large brand recognition, those are all targets for tampering," says Roggenhofer.
The accusation comes after retired Pakistan paceman Shoaib Akhtar admitted in his autobiography that he took part in ball tampering.
So it is not surprising, then, that the insurance industry has introduced product recall and product tampering insurance, which they claim will cover losses arising out of supply-chain crises.
Tampering usually involves adding chemical or biological contaminants to water.
Hundreds of election watchdogs, volunteers with video cameras, lawyers and Justice Department observers are expected to be at the polls to guard against tampering, fraud and voter discrimination in an election that will decide who controls Congress.
federal government security requirements for protecting highly sensitive information from intrusion and tampering.
After several years of research, Keffeler developed a system to help him address the nettlesome issues of tampering, med errors, and waste associated with traditional packaging of systems.