In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(dinero con que se compra el silencio de alguien) unto de rana masculino argot
- You talked earlier about how a small sum like $10,000 couldn't be considered hush money.
- Not knowing what else to do, the sites paid up the hush money for a license, and were allowed back online.
- Was this just charity, or was it payment for services rendered or some kind of hush money?
- But because prostitution is illegal, brothel owners pays no taxes, instead giving regular bribes and hush money to corrupt policemen.
- The officer, suspected of kidnap involvement, was also said to have received $10,000 in hush money not to expose a prostitution ring in Central Trinidad.
- Perish the thought that the cash flow might tacitly function as hush money.
- And as the architect of the scheme, I would be fêted and richly rewarded, and would retire in luxury on my hush money.
- We had been paying her hush money for four years.
- Word got back to Detroit, and the car company offered the woman a wad of hush money.
- Defendants demanded $60 million in hush money to keep quiet and never once lowered this outrageous, extortionate demand.
- Their only job appears to be collect their hush money.
- I rely of course on their innate decency to not tell of the horrid things they have seen, or hopefully ask me for hush money before publicising the truth.
- However, there are requests for money to meet expenses related to hush money, fees, taxes and assorted payments to sundry individuals.
- He demanded $60 million hush money to prevent the filing of the sexual harassment lawsuit.
- The two men are paid compensation and hush money by the mine owners over the deaths.
- His decision was rational in the way that hush money is often rational - the briber would rather pay the money than have the information revealed.
- Allegations his lawyers had offered hush money to a prosecution witness were never substantiated.
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