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1. Companies should protect employees who blow the whistle on dishonest workmates and work practices.
2. There were even rebelliously honest policemen, who might blow the whistle on the dishonest ones.
3. A few honest policemen were willing to blow the whistle on the captain.
4. So, why not blow the whistle on a thoroughly corrupt system sooner?
5. Anyone who tried to blow the whistle on the violence was intimidated or threatened.
6. She didn't mean to blow the whistle on him.
7. They tried to blow the whistle on governmental corruption but failed.
8. The referee will blow the whistle when a goal is scored.
9. T - bag : Whatcha gonna do, blow the whistle on your own escape?
10. He was dismissed when he tried to blow the whistle the safety problems the factory.
11. No , I didn't. Besides, the referee didn't blow the whistle on me.
12. Not withstanding that risk, under the Constitution, the judiciary is in the best position to blow the whistle on runaway majorities.
13. He claims the two are separate enough that he was in the clear to blow the whistle on the Rialto Theater project.
14. The report will question why medical staff working with him did not blow the whistle on his activities.
15. T - bag : Whatcha gonna do, LV bag ,[sentencedict.com] blow the whistle on your own escape?
16. The toilet paper companies took the latter approach, prompting consumer watchdogs to blow the whistle.
17. If your father finds out about this, he'll soon blow the whistle on what you're doing.
18. Minority physicians or docs in small practices were less likely blow the whistle than hospital staff.
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