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to trouble persistently from or as if from all sides

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Ras Al Khaimah: Harassment of women will not be tolerated by police who put in place a major initiative to detain harassers on Wednesday.
Ahmed Mansour, a 33-year-old accountant, was trying to give excuse for the harassers, saying that many young men are unemployed and therefore cannot afford to get married.
With this in mind, the work of social scientists suggests that potential harassers might choose their targets using criteria other than dress.
It includes methods for interviewing both the alleged recipients and harassers as well as what constitutes a complaint and management's liability and how to avoid several common mistakes.
Only the victim and the accused harasser will be told the final disposition of the complaint.
It helps meet your duty to maintain a harassment-free workplace, it educates (and hopefully) stops potential harassers and it helps potential victims like Sandra learn effective techniques for responding to harassment.
Federal sex discrimination commissioner Quentin Bryce was quoted as saying, "bosses are nearly always the harassers.
Most harassers were in the same status group as the harassee, with 27% of the harassers being in a position of authority over the harassee.
When union officials are themselves the harassers, it is extremely difficult for women union members to convince other union officials, most of whom are men, that their buddy did something wrong.
The harassers aren't totally stupid; they don't necessarily want victims to depart.
A universal computer network, with every operator in an individual air-conditioned cell, would not only achieve the desirable end of physically separating the sexes, it would isolate all potential harassers (everybody) from all potential victims (everybody else).
How to confront and stop sexual harassment and harassers.
While such intimidation can happen anywhere, harassers often prey on their victims outside of the classroom, where they are less likely to get caught.
Qazi Fazlullah, imam at the Islamic Center of Northridge, had a message for the harassers in his special prayer Friday.
Other editors have similar harassers in their neighborhoods.