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- n. vandalism
- Regularized noun form of the verb to vandalise (Wiktionary)
“I wish to condemn in the strongest possible terms the vandalisation and defacing the newly erected statue.”
“Empire, lost it's nerve, afraid to speak up for what they know is right, put an end to the vandalisation ...”
“It blamed the situation on the vandalisation of gas pipelines in the volatile Niger Delta.”
“I speak of those who engage in such totally unacceptable practices as the murder of police officers, the taking of hostages, riots, looting, the forcible occupation of public buildings, blocking of public highways, vandalisation of public and private property and so on.”
“The Government also will not tolerate the taking of hostages nor the wilful vandalisation or destruction of property.”
“Three alleged culprits are already in custody on the Umlazi billboard vandalisation.”
“De Vos said problems facing the railway industry were obsolete rolling stock, vandalisation and theft of equipment, as well as overworked, underpaid and chronically exhausted operational staff.”
“I am also entirely convinced that the misguided looting and vandalisation of school property, which is still prevalent in some areas, will also come to an abrupt end," he said.”
“Attorney general Patrick Chinamasa, who claims moves to evict the squatters could "spark a national conflagration", has announced plans for yet another appeal against the injunction on the police to end their two-month inaction in the face of beatings of farmers and vandalisation of their properties.”
“The later vandalisation and looting was allegedly carried out by individuals living next to the camp.”
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