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defacement

noun blemish, blot, blotch, blotting out, crack, damage, defect, deformation, deformity, destruction, discoloration, disfiguration, disfigurement, distortion, effacement, erasure, fault, flaw, impairment, injury, injury to outward appearance, marring, mutilation, obliteration, scar, scratch, smear, smudge, soiling, splotch, spot, stain, tarnish, unsightliness, vandalism, wear and tear, wrecking activities
Associated concepts: defacement of ballots, defacement of documents, defacement of labels, defacement of monuuents, defacement of public property
See also: flaw
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The defacement "proves that the youth and the people will never forget how Marcos Sr.
Williams had apparently meant to wash off the graffiti, but was yet to do it when the neighbor reported the alleged defacement.
That could help stop defacement, vandalism and trashing right in its tracks.
In launching the Defacement project I've experienced first-hand the possessiveness of the Basquiat industry, and the in-fighting among curators and researchers.
The edition continues with the article named Security control for website defacement, a research presented by investigators of the Universidad Icesi and the Sikerdata company (both located in Cali, Colombia); this article consists on the continuation of a previous research published in the 14.39 edition of this scientific magazine.
The defacers use these databases to get credit for, or maintain a history of, their defacements. Examples of defacement databases include: Zone-H, H4ck Mirror, Turk-H.org, Aljyyosh.net, Add-Attack.com, ZoneHC, FlashBack.se, ATTRITION, and HackDB.com.
They issued a "letter of defacement" demanding she change everything back to normal within 30 days or face a whopping $250 (PS174) fine.
Ibrahim al-Khateeb, director-general of the endowment office in the capital, confirmed that 114 mosques suffered large and medium damages, such as cracks in buildings, dislocation of windows and doors and scripts defacement.
An array of various topics to be also covered including incident handling (SPAM), Phishing, Malware and Web defacement.
Moreover, it appears - according to the RoyalAsses website - that only a very few would have no alibi, and may have been in Wasserstein Hall when the defacement occurred.
Last Thursday, on my way to teach contracts, I received an email from a student who alerted me to the defacement. I saw the taped photos, including my own, right before class.
The state's highest criminal court ruled Wednesday that a Texas law banning defacement of the U.S.