أغرى, حرض, رشا, أغراه بأداء شهادة كاذبة
Verb(1) incite to commit a crime or an evil deed(2) procure (false testimony or perjury(3) induce to commit perjury or give false testimony
(1) Irrespective of the dimensions of the crime or the difficulty in obtaining justice, the role of the journalist is to assist the judicial process not to suborn it.(2) International ventures abounded even at a time when the British government tried desperately to contain efforts to suborn workers.(3) There was no reason to believe Wu would destroy evidence in the case or suborn perjury, the court said.(4) He was said to have tried to suborn the young king with lavish presents and urged him to exert his authority.(5) Physicians known to be guilty of gross negligence are allowed to continue to practice. Lawyers who obviously suborn perjury are not disbarred.(6) And I said, the congressman himself who knows this thing is false, is asking you to suborn perjury?(7) Small groups of Canadian Fenians would cut the telegraph lines, destroy the railway bridge that connected Canada West and Canada East, infiltrate the Canadian militia, and suborn British soldiers.(8) he was accused of conspiring to suborn witnesses(9) A lawyer must help his client to put on as strong a case as possible, but a lawyer may not suborn perjury.(10) The more time one spends with Armstrong, however, the more one suspects that the focus of his fury is not the implication that he tried to suborn Cogut's perjury.(11) Among other things, they were to suborn Irish soldiers in the British army, spike the weapons and artillery of those troops who remained loyal, and seize or destroy military installations.(12) Could evidence have been led of what the prosecution alleged was an attempt to suborn the witness?(13) Not realizing that their resident translator had been suborned by the invader, the villagers, with no other form of communication, decided to wait for the weekly boat from the larger nearby island of Kaui.(14) We can live with a perjurer in the White House, and a suborner of perjury, and an obstructor of justice.(15) Don't kid yourself: Human life is full of artificiality, perversion, and misery, much of which is caused by the most sniffish suborners of perjury you'll ever see.(16) He symbolizes the new political aristocracy that includes corporate suborners and media patronizers.
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