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to trouble persistently from or as if from all sides

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They laughing and talk to each other loudly, encouraging the boys to harass them," Moataz Galal (30), a civil servant, says.
It seems, then, rather obvious that the reason so many straight men sexually harass and assault women is because they know they won't be clobbered--not by the victims, not by their friends or commanders, and not by any judicial process.
Do students harass because they themselves are harassed?
On denial to include these PSP students they quarrel and harass.
Secondly, the myth that only strangers harass is problematic.
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.
The dismissal and withdrawal of the vast majority of these allegations are demonstrable 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.
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.
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.
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.
It read, in part, "Texas state troopers are sworn to uphold the law, not to harass innocent citizens by making up laws to support their own prejudices.
Quebecor World states these allegations and others are made in order to harass and disparage a company is standard practice in USA union corporate campaigns.
Nobody can display even licensed weapons in public places, and specifically when situations are sensitive and when there is threat to peace or the intention is to intimidate or harass people on the basis of religion, faith, sect and community', the spokesman pointed out while referring to the Army Act.
Contrary to this he added raids were being conducted on the houses of political and tribal leaders and sanctity of chadar and char deevari was being infringed to harass them.