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take the initiative and go on the offensive

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They were aggressing putting their rivals on wrong putting by clearing some beautiful baskets.
Politicians and debt charities called on the Government to take action against firms using aggressing marketing tactics to entice cash-strapped shoppers into taking out loans at up to 5,000% interest a year.
He must remain a symbol of youth and strength, so that the country's enemies do not think of aggressing it.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) underlined that the forces will react to any potential enemy aggressing against the country in shortest time.
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.
Resistance wars - countries that have been taken over or occupied can now stage resistance wars against the aggressing country
The prohibition of aggressing against the innocent does not justify a rule about the use of force as restrictive as JWN (Buchanan 2006:9-13, Buchanan and Keohane 2004:5-8, Lee 2006:99-107).
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.
They were told what response ratio was required to accomplish each option (earning money, aggressing, or escaping) and assured that no response was required of them.
In the predatory PC printer business, industry giants like Hewlett-Packard and Canon roam the landscape gobbling up market share and chewing up competitors with leading-ege products and aggressing prices points.
At the same time the mounted soldiers, looters, and prostitutes of the aggressing army took turns competing in races outside the embattled city's gates.
With world governments spending nearly $900 billion a year on armies and weapons, aggressing on aggressors has led to everything but disarming.
Today, and more than any time before, we call upon everybody to direct rifles towards the enemy that is occupying Palestine and aggressing its people,' he underlined.