- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of vandalize.
“The sexually heated confrontation between rival investigators Kalinda and Blake, after she vandalizes his car with a bat and they continue to size (or is that feel?) each other up.”
“The same is true on Friday's episode, in which they try to catch a kid who vandalizes a storefront with graffiti.”
“Chicago Alderman vandalizes public art depicting CCTVs”
“The holiday season turns Sue into McKinley's own personal Grinch when she vandalizes New Directions' Christmas decorations and steals their presents.”
“Once arrived, we find ourselves taking on the role of one who vandalizes what the police are also supposed to protect: the spirit of the laws, the sense of right, the letter of a Fundamental Law intended to tell us what being French means.”
“Or the guy who vandalizes your car and blames it on the kitchen staff?”
“Enter Poster Boy, who in one fell swoop illegally enhances many of the masterpieces with self-expressive artistic interpretation -- or vandalizes them, depending on how you look at it.”
“Robert Langdon uses his knowledge of SYMBOLS and a trip into the secret Vatican archive where Vittoria vandalizes ancient documents to determine that the four cardinals have been placed in churches all over Rome, each having to do with one of the four elements: earth, air, fire, and water.”
“Following a brick-through-the-window incident, the Animal Liberation Front vandalizes Michelin two-star restaurant Midsummer House in Cambridge, England, spraying graffiti, gluing locks and applying paint stripper to the door and window frames.”
“My question: when some whacko vandalizes a Catholic Church, will the Feds go after Brown for his obvious anti-Catholic "hate speech"?”
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