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mar or spoil the appearance of

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"Ang payo ko lang para hindi kayo ma deface," Lolo said.
The hackers, who call themselves patriotic cyber warriors, accepted that it was illegal to deface a website.
Nonetheless, bank spokeswoman Josianne Menard said Tuesday that scribbling on bills inappropriate because it defaces a Canadian symbol and source of national pride.
Those who deface our landscape should be fined, as per the law.
He also mentioned that signs displayed in various languages informing visitors that it's prohibited to deface the rock would help greatly.
A PUBLICLY funded exhibition is encouraging people to deface the Bible in the name of art - and visitors have responded with abuse and obscenity.
Coun Paula Smith (Lib Dem Hall Green) said the idea would deface the building.
According to statements attributed to GNR president Hakon Haugnes, the company updated its Apache and PHP software last week, which seemingly opened the vulnerability and allowed attackers to deface www.nic.name.
The New York Times quoted Rick Schmidt, founder of IHOg, the International Hummer Owner Group: "Those who deface a Hummer in words or deed deface the American flag and what it stands for."
A recent unauthorised contest which encouraged hackers to deface web sites has been described as a failure by a number of antivirus companies.
The Code Red worm takes advantage of a buffer overrun vulnerability, discovered last month, allowing the attacker to gain control over an affected server and deface websites, orchestrate denial of service attacks, reformat hard drives or perform other illegal acts.
For interim facilities such as WestHelp in Greenburgh New York, he put up what he considers his ideal building -- a low-density facility, no higher than two-stories with no interior corridors or stairwells for people to deface or hide in.
As there are tens of thousands of statues of Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and other top leaders) placed across the country, it would be a simple matter for miscreants to deface some of them and earn their 15 minutes of fame on television screens, usually not even at the cost of a few days in prison.
"The suffragettes used to deface coins and there was a penny coin they used to deface with 'votes for women' written on it and here we are today in 2018 marking the centenary of the right to vote.