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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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He also warned against the desecration of worship places and harrassment of the innocent.
Dak said that gang members were also responsible to sexual harrassment and violence.
Cook had previously admitted a charge of harrassment.
In the video, obtained by US-based group ChinaAid, Chen and his wife Yuan Weijing detailed the harrassment they say they have suffered since his release last September.
However, he asserted that Palestinians living in the building remain at their houses despite this harrassment, and he called on humanitarian and legal organizations to intervene to restore the residents' rights.
But considering Eboue's tackle was almost identical to De Jong's and Wilshere's was directly comparable to those of Ryan Shawcross and Martin Taylor, it would go some way to restoring his credibility if he were to admit that his continued harrassment and pillorying of those two players was ill-judged and possibly malicious.
Bill gives a broad definition of workplace harrassment
It will give victims greater protection from harrassment, including stalking, on websites such as Facebook.
Unlike most NATO countries, the US apparently adopts a "don't ask, don't tell" policy to gay members of their forces--whether Smith would face undue harrassment from her comrades is an issue.
In the end I was given a fixed penalty of pounds 80 for causing harrassment.
Katsav, the eighth president of Israel, resigned in July 2007 as part of a plea agreement which granted him immunity from the rape charge and a possible 20 year jail sentence, but required him to plead guilty to sexual harrassment.
We get enough harrassment during the day from people and companies selling their services, is it too much to ask to be left alone at night in order to recharge our batteries in readiness for a fresh onslaught the next day?
There is an element of harrassment and bullying in stables, issues of respect and recognition plus health and safety.
The harrassment came to a head in 2004 when extremists dug up the body of Gladys Hammond, the mother-in-law of one of the farm's owners.