spoiling


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Doesn't it mean that, far from being indifferent, people do vote and by spoiling their paper, they are showing they are not satisfied with what is on offer and that things must improve?
These days, a lot of parents are wondering about the spoiling question.
There was nothing said in the dressing room about spoiling tactics and I didn't see that.
To an extent, though the drunks (gay or straight) do a much better job of spoiling the fun.
However, it requires homeowners to use large ugly wheeled bins for collection of waste from domestic properties, even if they have to be stored at the front, spoiling the look of someone's home.
In an increasingly materialistic society we have new ways of spoiling our children, but I don't think the root of it has changed.