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take the initiative and go on the offensive

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71) described these strategies in terms of acquiescing strategies (apologize, express thanks, acquiesce, opt out), persisting strategies (argue, justify, request), and aggressing strategies (insult, threat, challenge).
But even though Israel is openly aggressing many of its member countries, there are the usual divisions concerning what to do.
These agents would not be aggressing against a third party without cause, for they are agents of the principal acting in self-defence.
At least for the short term, that meant keeping the aggressing pets and their targets separated, except when working through behavior modification exercises.
A riddle in the ethics of war concerns whether lethal defensive force may be justifiably used against aggressing soldiers who are morally innocent.
However, when there are no morally relevant relations between civilians and the aggressing soldiers, civilians do enjoy immunity, and should not be victims of war, intended or otherwise.
He rejected defence suggestions he was attempting to "tailor your story", as he was part of an "aggressing mob intent on doing battle".
All material is checked against the standards of 'say without prejudice', 'show without shocking', 'witness without aggressing', and 'denounce without condemning'.
"We notice them aggressing against Moslem (sic) and Christian Holy Sites in Palestine...
The prime minister while directing to adopt aggressing strategy in the Upper House of the Parliament asked the PTI senators to fully respond to any protest by the opposition parties.
* Modification: Modification: Teach a "walk away" cue that invites both dogs to quickly and happily move away from the arousing stimulus before they reach the level of aggressing.
As a certain group of agitators took recently to publicly aggressing private properties by disrupting normal life in the city, the ISF would like at this point to remind them of their right to demonstrate peacefully while preserving properties as such.
"The defendants, who include an officer ranked as 1st Lieutenant, are also accused of aggressing the man during the interrogation so as to extort confessions under duress", said Advocate General, Head of the Special Investigation Unit (SIU) Nawaf Abdulla Hamza.
The resolution states that the decision was made "despite the existence of many evidences and proofs that the detainees were involved in inciting hatred against the state, undermining security and public safety, aggressing upon public and private properties" "All of this" the resolution added "rendered them in violation of article 23 from the transitional constitution which obliges all citizens to renounce violence and seek power transition through elections and nothing else" Atta's resolution does not mention the names or political affiliations of the 80 detainees ordered to be released but the Islamist opposition Popular Congress Party (PCP) has confirmed that 20 of its detainees have been released but the high profile ones have not been.