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Idleness, hooliganism and repeated imprisonments for petty crime, until something more serious happens, and then longer sentences.
LONDON'S UNDERWORLDTHOMAS HOLMES
The main safeguard against lawlessness and hooliganism in any armed body is the integrity of its officers.
THE ARMED FORCES OFFICERU. S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
We do not want further prejudice raised against us by attempts to connect us with anarchical violence, hooliganism and looting.
Frequent allusions to hooliganism and armed burglars occur in 1882.
They were aggravated, moreover, by an outbreak of hooliganism, which became a serious nuisance in 1881.
A little hooliganism, a few street-fights, one scuffle with the police, some rows in music-halls constituted all his experience.
THE DOP DOCTORCLOTILDE INEZ MARY GRAVES
D-don't think you're going to introduce your hooliganism here.
TELL ENGLANDERNEST RAYMOND
The burning cars were laid to hooliganism on the part of the bystanders.
THE DOUBLE SPYDAN T. MOORE

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