aggress


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Synonyms for aggress

Synonyms for aggress

take the initiative and go on the offensive

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Despite the VP's orders, the dissidents of the 1st armored division and the militias of Islah party, Iman university and the al-Ahmar's gangs are continuing to aggress and provoke the armed and security forces and assault citizens, the source added.
Security forces on Thursday managed to arrest in the cities of Douma and al-Bardeh in Damascus Countryside two armed gangs trying to aggress on citizens and their properties.
Lee Cattermole's was a captain's performance of contro lle d aggress ion, Jordan Henderson was all energy and creativity, and Ahmed Elmohamady ran past Stephen Warnock at will.
Speaking in his article "Child Abuse in the Context of Domestic Violence: Prevalence, Explanations, and Practice Implications," he says, "It appears that the most typical pattern of co-occurring abuse is that both parents aggress against each other and one or both aggress against the child" (233).
Xing Daoqin, Chairman of IRICO Electronics said, "The Group witnessed rapid growth of its new operations during 2008, a critical year to aggress on all fronts for strategic transformation.
Nichols aggress that both the Trelleborg deal and the establishment of a presence in North America through the agreement with SSI/ETS are critical steps for MTL.
To be sure, one might attack this interpretation of JWN head-on, by arguing that JWN follows from the principle that it is impermissible to aggress against the innocent.
Men preferentially target non-familial victims for aggression, whereas women more often aggress against family members, including men.
Nasrallah said: "Israel monitors Lebanon from the air to aggress it, and we can monitor bases, airports, settlements, installations and the infrastructure in northern Palestine in order to defend our country".
Girls are more likely to use RA "within" their friendship groups, for example, turning the entire group against one individual, whereas boys tend to aggress outside their friendship groups.
Employing the skills of some of its former combat arms soldiers, the battalion has fielded opposing forces (OPEOR) teams that aggress sister ARNG companies and battalions, reenforcing to those units the criticality of remaining tactically proficient in force protection, survivability, and rifle platoon tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP).
110) Modern studies emphasize modern women's greater degree of social integration to account for both their reluctance to openly aggress and their reliance on indirect means, while early modern historians discuss the importance of women's social space as the arena in which witch-related activities took place.
The present study is a replication and extension of Stephens and Bredemeier's (1996) study of likelihood to aggress in female youth soccer players.