assaulter


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one who starts a hostile action

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We need to stop placing the blame on the victim and place it on their assaulter.
I want to be really clear here that I'm not saying that most fraternity members are assaulters.
Scenario-1: It is accepted that the length of the force line could be gotten to by the assaulter is L particular meters.
While Byers tried to rip down blankets that served as the door to the building, the first assaulter pushed his way through the doorway and was immediately shot by enemy AK-47 fire.
He's not an assaulter of women in normal circumstances.
They have already caught the assaulter and have found out that he
The only 'confession' worth considering, is the admission of guilt made by the vandal, miscreant, assaulter, murderer etc themselves, in open court.
A few dozens of Bulgarians came out on rallies in 4 major cities to request that Movement of Rights and Freedoms delegates who severely beat up the assaulter of former party leader Ahmed Dogan face justice.
It is capable of sounding alarm, send alert SMSes and give the assaulter an electric shock if he is being hit with it, its makers claimed here.
They all identified him as their assaulter, and five were able to positively affirm that the house was the scene of the crime.
In the room with bin Laden a woman - bin Laden's wife - rushed the US assaulter and was shot in the leg but not killed.
In the room with bin Laden was his wife who rushed the assaulter and was shot in the leg but not killed.
In a desperate effort to stop the exodus of experienced commandos, Barr noted that a "special operations assaulter allowance" has been authorized and implemented.
But they proved inefficient or negligent with respect to the assaulter.
Typically, the characteristics of the assaulter and assaulted are analyzed as both distal and proximal behavioral influences.