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spray painting

[′sprā ‚pānt·iŋ]
(engineering)
Applying a fine, even coat of paint by means of a spray nozzle.

spray painting

Applying paint by means of a spray gun; provides a very uniform film, can cover evenly an object of irregular shape; esp. useful for painting large areas or mass-produced items.
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9:57 a.m.: Boutelle Road, vandalism to garage door; "killer" spraypainted in black paint.
Rocks used to break the windows had "No War" written on them, and the same message was spraypainted on exterior walls at Care Medical Equipment, 1280 Charnelton St., and at the building housing the Edward Jones brokerage and Verk Consultants on Olive Street near West 12th Avenue, police spokeswoman Kerry Delf said.
Somebody had spraypainted "Skankytown" in big blue letters early on, and though some thought that moniker too negative and preferred "The Slab," I always thought Skankytown had just the right mix of description and colorful commentary.
Steve and Felix aid each other through a series of race and class confrontations, all conceived with the subtlety of "Kilroy was here" spraypainted in block letters on your forehead.
The property on Links Road, near the harbour, was spraypainted with the word "LOL" while the motor home in the driveway was damaged.
The offensive Nazi symbol was spraypainted across the Connah's Quay and Shotton War Memorial overnight.
POLICE are investigating Islamophobic graffiti which was spraypainted onto a fish and chip shop and a bus stop.
POLICE failed to see the funny side when vandals spraypainted their Land Rover silver.
A GIANT skull has been spraypainted on a wall off Bold Street.
Dog mess is spraypainted shiny pink and orange to highlight it on the pavement and prevent pedestrians stepping in it.
15, about 1:30 p.m., to find my green gate vandalized with the words "F U BADING" spraypainted in white.
And just last year the mystery lover delivered the ultimate Christmas present when he spraypainted Byker Bridge with the words: "Yaz Will you marry me?