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hooliganism

hooh li guh ni zuhm

  • n  willful wanton and malicious destruction of the property of others

  • Girenko's work has been crucial in ensuring that racially motivated assaults are classified as hate crimes, rather than mere hooliganism, and therefore warrant harsher sentences.
  • One newspaper said 80% of Polish hooliganism could be traced to alcohol, while a Gdansk poll turned up even more remarkable statistics: among 5,000 youngsters aged 7 to 14, as many .
  • Binge drinking is one of the behaviors, along with hooliganism, that the French call "the British disease.
Quotes

  • Rajnath Singh in MorungExpress
    Singh said, "I am also satisfied to know that the Karnataka government has already initiated strong action against the unacceptable act of hooliganism."
  • Lawrence Cannon in Vancouver Sun
    Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon said he was "very disturbed by the hooliganism that took place in Toronto," but brushed off criticisms about holding the G20 summit in the city, calling it the "ideal place."
  • Ariel Sharon in Washington Post
    Some of their actions could be defined as acts of hooliganism that bordered on the criminal,Sharon said before the weekly cabinet meeting, during which the final set of evacuations was approved in a procedural vote.

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