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to trouble persistently from or as if from all sides

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But, if I deny the authority of the State when it presents its tax-bill, it will soon take and waste all my property, and so harass me and my children without end.
But I will not harass you with further details: I have said enough, I think, to convince you that I did well to go to him.
When they saw what their circumstances were, the first thing they concluded was, that they would, if possible, drive the savages up to the farther part of the island, south-west, that if any more came on shore they might not find one another; then, that they would daily hunt and harass them, and kill as many of them as they could come at, till they had reduced their number; and if they could at last tame them, and bring them to anything, they would give them corn, and teach them how to plant, and live upon their daily labour.
LOVER THREATENED TO REVEAL INTIMATE VIDEOS MANPOSED AS A COP TO HARASS EX ross.
On the other hand both the institutions are trying to harass him.
5 percent of participants believe that women encourage men to harass them by wearing attractive clothes and using make-ups.
In a bid to get rid of touts, the popular holiday resort of Ayia Napa will hire staff whose only job would be to report people and businesses who harass visitors, the mayor said.
Earlier, petitioner Guftar Hussain advocate, who is president of the Pakistan Awami Tahrik, the political wing of the TMQ, had adopted before the court that the police and district administration were trying to harass the party's workers.
Numerous females are found complaining against unfair activities of the youngsters to harass the women by raising voice on them and singing odd songs after seeing them in the markets.
Neighbors in the Peaceful Valley area outside Acton have complained to state and county officials for months that the home's residents wander through the area, harass them and are suspected of numbering more than the maximum six, among other complaints.
The dismissal and withdrawal of the overwhelming majority of these allegations are further proof that the GCIU's primary goal in making such allegations is to disparage and harass the Company and its workforce in the furtherance of the corporate campaign being waged by the union leadership.
LAHORE, August 28, 2011 (Frontier Star): Director Intelligence & Investigation (DII), Federal Board of Revenue Sumaira Nazir has directed the FBR Intelligence & Investigation Cell staff not to harass the traders of other cities who come to Lahore markets for purchase.
The Opposition saw Singh's remarks as a vindication of its stand that CBI had become a mere tool in the hands of the principal ruling party to harass its political opponents.
By the way bosses are made to harass employees, though there are a few exceptions.
The officer's coworkers allegedly began to harass him on a daily basis, calling him names, taping defamatory posters to his locker, making threatening phone calls, smearing feces on his car, and slashing his tires.