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

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The widespread use of social media has been the most significant factor accelerating and enabling intimidatory behaviour in recent years," the report said.
The demonstrations were sparked by what Vietnam says were intimidatory tactics involving China's deployment of a deep-sea drilling platform in disputed waters in the South China Sea.
The election commission is likely to examine if Singh's statements are a violation of the poll code for being intimidatory and communally charged.
He said there was a "strong intimidatory tone" to independence rhetoric and social media could be vitriolic about No campaigners.
Ironically, we can probably blame the so-called promoters there, as it seems that a few are intimidatory over board policy, which now appears to be to follow the path of least resistance.
But it is abhorrent and appalling that they should be using their power in this way, and there can be no excuse for such intimidatory and predatory behaviour.
A group of terrorists fired intimidatory shots at an army base… in the southeastern city of Sirnak" and the chopper returned fire in "self-defence", an army statement said.
In the statement released by the Christian Solidarity Movement they have pointed out that the The intimidatory beahviour on the part of those "unknown" men, we believe, indicates an intolerance of Dr Ranjith's freedom to express his opinion, his involvement in the campaign against the privatization of university education and his trade union activities.
The HPC panel found Vidler guilty of demonstrating threatening and intimidatory behaviour towards staff from the hospital and another trust.
lt;br /> &nbsp;<br /> &acirc;&euro;&oelig;But what is worse is the intimidatory tactics by Rio&acirc;&euro;<sup>TM</sup>s aluminium management against workers who wish to meet with a union about legitimate health and safety issues.
However, with Pakistani confidence on its lowest ebb and pressure building up back home for better performance one could not count out the possibility of a batsman or the bowler losing his patience or falling prey to the intimidatory tactics of the Englishmen who would go for a white wash of the tourist after taking 2-0 lead in the four test series.
Even the onlooking Martina Navratilova who won 18 grand slam singles titles, including nine at Wimbledon, with a brand of tennis equally intimidatory, must have been glad she was safely out of range of Williams s serve.
Observers of Indonesia between the 1970s and 1990s, as well as those who experienced the New Order at first hand, will recognize the great intimidatory power that stemmed from words associated with what Heryanto calls the New Order's "master narrative".
Sir Gus to deny explicitly that he had spoken to Brown about intimidatory
The duty includes the expectation that a practitioner will not use irresponsible, provocative, offensive or intimidatory language during court proceedings or in any other public forum.