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He said he does not know whether his site was a political target or general mischief-making.
The Harlaw Park captain was moved from midfield into a mischief-making attacking role as Locos overcame their injury crisis to beat Forres 4-1.
How to Make Trouble and Influence People: Pranks, Protests, Graffiti & Political Mischief-Making from Across Australia focuses on Australia's history of radical activity and presents some 500 stories of resistance and revolts, from creative street art and guerilla theatre to banner drops.
And with apathy like that, there's a disturbing chance the BNP's bid for the West Mids plum job may turn out to be more than simple mischief-making.
THE row the Conservatives have sparked over the future of free prescriptions in Wales rather smacks of deliberate mischief-making on their part.
Law's lawyers hit back: "Accu-sations of cynicism and mischief-making by News International are ridiculous.
He then attacked the union for making "inaccurate, misleading and mischief-making allegations".
99) tells of Alice and her friends, who understand mischief-making but face troubles when an increase in vandalism at Alice's school turns out to be the work of a neo-Nazi group and not a senior prank.
Iain McIntyre, How to Make Trouble and Influence People: Pranks, Hoaxes, Graffiti and Political Mischief-Making from across Australia, Breakdown Press, Carlton, 2009.
It is believed that the day coincided with the coming of spring since the time of the Ancient Romans and Celts, who celebrated a festival of mischief-making.
For the record, I like mischief-making and banter and it's too late to change me.
Wellington Hurricanes Chief Executive Greg Peters indulged in some mischief-making earlier this week, fuelling tenuous talk of an early Kingston Park exit by Hayman.
Its double vision and insane revelry are more than a match for any Friday-night mischief-making in the High Street.
The author lists five rules for mischief-making which include safety, not causing property damage, and never hurting anyone with a prank.
It is mischief-making of the highest order and appears designed to unsettle everyone on the eve of our big game against Arsenal.