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a feeling of intense annoyance caused by being tormented

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the act of tormenting by continued persistent attacks and criticism

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HARRASMENT AND ARRESTS IN RUMBEK EAST AND WULU COUNTIES Wulu County and Rumbek East County of Lakes state witnessed harassment and arrests of people being carried out by military elements.
When it's spent in the petty jobsworth harrasment of productive tax-paying members of society, abrogation of duties that people actually want discharged and making unconstitutional political pronouncements then no, I don't want to fund them.
at 831; EEOC, HARRASMENT CHARGES: EEOC & FEPAS COMBINED: FY 1992-1996, http://www.
Summary: Zimbabwe's main opposition party is refusing to work with the ruling Zanu-PF party until a row over alleged harrasment is resolved.
Joy ended up in court on a harrasment charge and lost her job.
Managers have been asked to prevent staff from dancing on tables and to consider removing mistletoe to avoid the threat of sexual harrasment.
Paul John Alexander Benson, aged 27, of Ranby Road, Hillfields, Coventry, two charges of interfering with a vehicle, two charges of failing to surrender to custody and one charge of having a lock knife in a public place without good reason, one charge of conduct amounting to harrasment, drug treatment and testing order for one year and a restraining order made for one year prohibiting him from contacting his victim directly or indirectly.
Topics raised by callers include racial abuse and harrasment, name calling at school and help with work permit applications to the Home Office.
This really happened: At Aqueduct, a horse named Fickle Fanny overcame another called Sexual Harrasment in the feature race Friday.
SEXUAL HARRASMENT IN THE FEDERAL WORKPLACE, TRENDS, PROGRESS, CONTINUING CHALLENGES 13 (1995) (explaining that
Sexual harrasment law changed dramatically last summer with the issuance of two long-awaited Supreme Court decisions.
Concentrating primarily on the Steinem-Carbine years (1972-1987), she catalogues the magazine's shining moments, from the breaking of the Karen Silkwood story to the introduction of important issues like battered women and sexual harrasment on the job.
Uber has had a tough time lately dealing with multiple issues and scandals, including sexual harrasment.
Leonor 'Leni' Robredo described De Lima's arrest as a form of political harrasment.
My co-workers and I learned about the International Labour Organization convention about the rights of home based workers and laws against harrasment at the workplace.