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mar or spoil the appearance of

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After Lenin's statue was felled in Tripura, left elements defaced a statue of the founder of the Jan Sangh (the precursor to the ruling BJP) in Kolkatta.
The involved DUSU students and office bearers had to appear in the court regarding a plea seeking the cleaning of defaced properties.
I think Emmeline would be very amused and proud for how things have changed and she would be remembering those defaced coins.
BANKSY'S latest street artwork has been covered in protective plastic to stop it being defaced again.
A Sycamore man was arrested this week on charges he possessed a loaded handgun with a defaced serial number, along with nearly a half pound of marijuana and a digital scale.
Global Banking News-June 16, 2017--Sri Lankan central bank to stop making payments for defaced notes
This is not the first time when Trump-related properties have been defaced.
New Delhi -- Hackers claiming to be from Pakistan defaced websites of seven Indian embassies, high commissions, and consulates in various countries with pro-Pakistan Army slogans, Indian media reported on Friday.
Three days before the national elections, some websites of local government units were defaced by hackers, who warned against massive cheating and black propaganda ahead of May 9.
Message to the citizens of Bangladesh, your cricket team is nothing infront of us," wrote the hackers on each defaced site posting a picture of Dhoni.
A group of hackers, called Pakistani Cyber Attackers, defaced Hum TV's official website in protest against what they called vulgar' plays broadcast by the channel.
Another painted with the Union flag was defaced with the slogan "Butcher's Apron
Menard said defaced bills may not circulate for as long and risk being rejected by retailers.
Pakistani hackers defaced the website of the Press Club of India (PCI) with a message on the website's home page claiming Pakistani origin.