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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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But Web site defacements rapidly returned to their previous levels after September; mi2G numbers showed that they more than tripled in October, while Alldas.
At the time of writing, the defacement page is still online.
My staff and those of neighbourhood services are appalled at what amounts to the defacement of the city's buildings and streets.
Rocima 63 microbicide, designed for protection of coatings applied to cementitious surfaces, has been successfully used in Europe to protect masonry surfaces from algal and fungal defacement.
Data center and network security managers face an increasing threat landscape including network downtime, application downtime, application vulnerability, information theft, authentication defeat, malware spread, web application attacks and web defacement.
Let notices be issued to show cause as to why an inquiry be not conducted against the said public functionaries for alleged violation of the provisions of the Delhi Prevention of Defacement of Property Act 2007 and contravention of Delhi Lokayukta and Uplokayukta Act," the order said.
According to website Hack Read, a hacker who goes by the username 'Code Cracker' and is part of the Pakistan Cyber Army hacking group, managed to post his groups' signature defacement image on the official website of Xuchang City People's Procuratorate before moving on and repeating the move on several of the sites sub-domains, reports The Express Tribune.
Zine said he is so concerned about the graffiti problem that he introduced a motion - approved by the council last month - doubling the reward to $1,000 for information leading to the identification, apprehension and conviction of individuals guilty of graffiti-related vandalism or defacement.
Of particular importance is the fact that the vest had a maximum back-face defacement of 37mm when it defeated the Smith & Wesson 500 at point blank range.
It is an EPA-registered, solvent-free, water-based fungicide that guards the dry paint film of Drylok Extreme Waterproofer with no-VOC, low-odor, broad spectrum protection against degradation, discoloration and defacement caused by mold and mildew, but without adding any potentially hazardous elements into the mix.
The duration of jail sentence has been increased from three months to two years, and the fine from ` 5,000 to ` 1 lakh, or both, to contain the defacement of monuments of national importance," Union Culture Minister Chandresh Kumari Katoch said.
ma) yesterday suffered defacement at the hands of a hacking group calling itself PAKbugs, ArabCrunch claims.