Definitions for "Sabotage"
Malicious waste or destruction of an employer's property or injury to his interests by workmen during labor troubles.
any surreptitious destruction of property or obstruction of activity by persons not known to be hostile; -- in war, such actions carried out behind enemy lines by agents or local sympathisers of the hostile power.
Deliberate act of destruction of property or disruption of normal College operations. Malicious, intentional, and willful destruction or defacing of public or private property.
Keywords:  album, beastie, klinik, riffs, maniacs
Sabotage is a 1975 album by heavy metal band Black Sabbath.
Sabotage is the first album by Belgian industrial music band The Klinik. (Strictly speaking, the second half of the album was recorded as Absolute Controlled Clinical Maniacs; see the article on The Klinik.)
"Sabotage" is a 1994 song by the American hip hop group Beastie Boys. It appears on their album Ill Communication. The song's style might be characterized as rap metal, featuring rock instrumentation, turntable scratches and heavily distorted bass guitar riffs.
(sabot = wooden shoe) Workers on spinning machines invented a shoe-attack which makes the machine stop. Also practicable without a shoe on other machines.
Using spies to disable another warlord's weapons so they cannot be used in combat. If any of your weapons have been sabotaged you won't know until you try to use them in combat.
Spy Skill which attacks the weapons of your foe.
Sabotage, also released as A Woman Alone, is a 1936 British thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock. It was based on Joseph Conrad's novel The Secret Agent.
Keywords:  scamped, work
Scamped work.
Sabotage is the sixty-first episode of the French animated television series Code Lyoko. It first aired on October 17, 2006 in the US.
Keywords:  hamper, hurt, tending, act, process
An act or process tending to hamper or hurt
Keywords:  allen, apple, published, mark, game
Sabotage is a 1981 computer game for the Apple II family of computers, written by Mark Allen and published by On-Line Systems.