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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbaksheeshbak‧sheesh /ˌbækˈʃiːʃ/ noun [uncountable]  MONEYmoney that people in the Middle East give to poor people, to someone who has helped them, or as a bribe
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baksheeshHowever, the company's far greater resources of baksheesh soon restored them to liberty.If this makes you uneasy, think about distributing a little preemptive baksheesh as a goodwill gesture.All the paperwork seemed correct, except that most important paperwork of all - the baksheesh.
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