In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- This teacher went to jail and lost her job after tackling a bunch of youths who'd been terrorising her and vandalising her property.
- When was the last time you broke or vandalized another's property?
- Some young people get drunk and vandalise property.
- Windows had been broken, houses pelted by eggs and apples, cars damaged and property vandalised.
- Youngsters have been blamed for vandalising phone boxes and public benches, smashing windows and setting light to hedges in the town.
- The top floor of the unit was vandalised, with damage understood to have run into thousands of pounds.
- They have vandalised property, strewn litter and intimidated staff and residents.
- Have you ever seriously vandalized someone's property?
- Vandals have wrecked trees and vandalised a bus stop in a quiet residential street.
- I watched as they vandalized school property and damaged just about everything inside that classroom.
- The people who are taking part in this anti-social behaviour are asked to think about the consequences of their actions before they vandalise their community again.
- After years of asking the locals not to congregate in front of his business, he confronted a group he believed vandalized some of his property.
- The new community centre will replace the old one which has been vandalised beyond repair.
- You can't even tell someone not to vandalise public property without getting attacked these days.
- Almost every night drunken youngsters are shouting abuse at their neighbours and vandalising property.
- A Bradford clergyman has condemned the ‘malicious’ acts of vandals who show lack of respect and vandalise church property.
- If your neighbour was infringing on your right to run your business or was vandalizing your property would you say nothing?
- They have been harassed at work and their property has been vandalized.
- We must send out a message that to vandalise public facilities is neither big nor clever.
- Property is still being damaged and cars are still being vandalised on a regular basis.
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