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to domineer or drive into compliance by the use of as threats or force, for example

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Guinness World Record Holder Ted Batchelor will circle the bases while on fire after the Savannah Sand Gnats game against the Kannapolis Intimidators on Saturday, August 14.
They duly demanded that the Lebanese Court assumes its full responsibility in dealing with intimidators and blackmailers as they called them.
Putting it mildly, the coalition governments have to live on a day-to-day agenda, besides catering to several political wishes, administrative directions of the robes, intricacies of the babus and bibis, drones of the friendly opposition and even whims of some media intimidators.
As for the tubes themselves, both Clapper and I use ISG Intimidators and Dream Tubes.
Apparently, that advice was not heeded and the President of the Republic, more accurately acting in his capacity as the leader of the pack of intimidators in Khartoum called the NCP, decided to test the limits of the SPLM's patience by lifting the immunity of the Minister and unveiling some sham investigation.
Sometimes, intimidators have a vision, belief in their cause, and a reputation for success that attracts others despite their bullying behavior.
Oxman will address how to recognize and more effectively handle difficult people, from the bullying intimidators to those exhausting energy thieves.
Deeley said by banding together and forming Neighborhood Watch groups, private citizens concerned about potential retaliation can effectively intimidate the intimidators.
They were there to inform or intervene or, by their numbers, intimidate would-be intimidators, aka "challengers," whom the Republican Party had announced would be stationed in the polls to demand proof of age, citizenship or residency of voters who appeared suspicious.
Now, doctors weren't the only intimidators, emphasizes ISMP vice president Judy Smetzer, RN, BSN.
Only four in 100 victims, however, admit to being e-mail intimidators, indicating how easy it is to bully by e-mail without even realising it.
The `Effaroucheurs' are precisely what their name inters - intimidators whose job it is to frighten away not only the thousands of birds but also the tens of thousands of rabbits that inhabit the grassland around Orly's busy runways.