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Scribbling wall in bid to beat vandals A "SCRIBBLING wall" on which vandals could give vent to bottled-up feelings may be provided in Ebbw Vale.
MALKY MACKAY is happy for the Cardiff fans to give vent to their feelings when the Bluebirds face Southampton today.
She lauded the relentless efforts of the school management and the teaching faculty for providing the students with such congenial competitive environment to give vent to their creative faculties.
Ahmadinejad to give vent to his anti-Israeli sentiments.
They give vent to the widespread perception that India's parliamentary democracy hasn't succeeded in representing the true interests of the people.
Popular fury over the film has led to riots and violence in many places as people sought to give vent to their fury, combined with their frustrations with US policies.
The citizens demanded immediate repair of tube well and restoration of water supply otherwise they will go on roads to give vent to their sentiments.
Why, if you were sooo disgusted by the booing of Brian Quinn at half-time in the Hearts defeat, did you wait two months to give vent to your annoyance?
A society that sneers at those who call for restraint of basic human instincts, sex especially, as ``hypocrites'' encourages young people to give vent to their impulses.
It emerges at the end of the novel that the different characters are circulating a fictional account that they have created to give vent to their suppressed fears, and to the evil latent within their hearts.
Hands-on work is actively encouraged, with the children being urged to give vent to their creativity and enjoy the new sounds they can create.
Summary: MORADABAD(Cihan) -Artists, students and local residents in Moradabad came together on Thursday (June 30) to give vent to their angst against corruption through colours.