Corrupted [adjective]

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The novel’s robustly flavorsome cast includes a semi-deranged land preservationist, a corrupt Nobel Prize winner, a Chilean Ayn Rand disciple and several wonderful dogs.

Maybe it’s because Bernhardt and his cronies are exactly the corrupt, immoral pawns of the fossil fuel industry we’ve been saying they are all along.

After being shown slides of corrupted tissue from patient biopsies, a medical AI was able to detect cancer to a degree of 97 percent specificity, and 98 percent sensitivity.

For example, Microsoft developed a reputation in recent years for rolling out clunky products and campaigns — from Vista to corrupted chatbots — that suffered from hurried rollouts.

As Fortune noted, Galloway, as state auditor, “recovered $350 million in wasted or stolen taxpayer money and brought 50 criminal counts against corrupt public officials, both Republican and Democratic.”

They rejected the designation in a joint declaration, suggesting DHS was spreading unfounded rumors that the 2016 election result itself was corrupted by hackers.

So much has been learned in the last two weeks about how corrupt our Media is, and now Big Tech, maybe even worse.

The election of 1824 was decided by the House of Representatives, who chose second-place finisher John Quincy Adams after a possibly “corrupt bargain” between the candidate and House Speaker Henry Clay.

Before this era of housing incumbency, Glaeser says, the power lay with political machines, like the famously corrupt Tammany Hall in New York.

After the 1940s and 1950s, the rules were relaxed to allow some cooperation with the authorities, especially corrupt figures within it.