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1 The phone box was vandalised by a gang of youths.
2 The rest have been demolished, vandalised or turned into country cottages.
3 Read in studio Art critics are being blamed for vandalising cast iron sculptures which have been likened to ice-cream cones or seashells.
4 A gang of youths are roaming the city, vandalising stores, starting fires, and terrorizing people.
5 With luck they will be hard to vandalise.
6 You and your so-called friends make spectacles of yourselves at the party,(www.Sentencedict.com) litter the garden with debris and vandalise this fountain.
7 New owner Ena Giles spent over ￡30,000 in renovating the building, which had been vandalised while unoccupied.
8 Following the decline of the Stockton to Darlington railway, the station gradually fell into disrepair and was repeatedly vandalised.
9 One of these was a dreadful modern slum in Liverpool - an enclave of vandalised flats surrounded by wastelands.
10 Also, lifts that are open to all and sundry seem to be readily vandalised or used as public toilets.
11 In a separate incident, a prisoner who was being moved, broke free and vandalised furniture.
12 Some have tried to blow it up or otherwise vandalise it.
13 I think whoever did it made a very clear point, but nothing has changed. Should we vandalise all the decorations to show our sentiments?
14 Math Paul : This bicycle pump is useful for the public and hard to vandalise.
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