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The man was then referred to the emirate's public prosecution and charged with importing and processing spoiled foodstuff harmful to members of the public's health.
My elderly mother, who is 81, spoke to the "ladies" and remarked that they had spoiled the night for many people.
BEIRUT: Two brothers were sentenced to jail time Wednesday after being charged with processing and selling spoiled meat and other expired food products in Beirut last year.
Then at the end of the day, I just know I'll probably have the worst, spoiled little kid ever," he said.
Indeed, the beauty at Simply Spoiled is more than skin deep.
It really spoiled the atmosphere of what was a magical evening.
We don't want to spoil him materially, although he's already been spoiled rotten by people buying him stuff
The residents have demanded of the police to take action against the gambling dens on priority base to save the bright future of the youngsters of the area from being spoiled.
Lebanese Minister of Health, Mohammad Jawad Khalifeh, has said that there are no spoiled medications on the Lebanese markets, the Beirut daily AN NAHAR reported Thursday.
My friends say we have spoiled him and I suspect that they're right.
2 : to damage badly : ruin <Frost spoiled the crop.
It's not so much that straights have spoiled the Halloween experience as it is that success has spoiled it.