aggressor


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one who starts a hostile action

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The fisherman was interrupted by a fresh discharge directed against the house, and by another pistol-shot which replied to the discharge and struck down the most daring of the aggressors.
You can have no conflict without being yourselves the aggressors.
You are very generous, gentlemen of the Guards," said Athos, full of rancor, for Jussac was one of the aggressors of the preceding day.
It may be asserted without fear of contradictions that in all the cases of outrages committed by Polynesians, Europeans have at some time or other been the aggressors, and that the cruel and bloodthirsty disposition of some of the islanders is mainly to be ascribed to the influence of such examples.
Populism is inadmissible during the struggle with the aggressor, as stated by President Petro Poroshenko.
Have full confidence the aggressor will be greatly surprised because it thought this war - this war of attrition Syria has been exposed to for years - had made it incapable of confronting attacks," Ayman Sussan said.
A horrible aggression was committed against our homeland, and the aggressor tried to do in all cities what they succeeded in Srebrenica,' Mr.
The aggressor takes a risk and the victim, especially if he or she is the only other person in the aggressor's hotel room, runs a risk.
The research of parenting style and bullying shows that a warm, democratic, and comprehensive parental style that fosters independence is a protective factor against being a victim (Healy, Sanders, & Iyer, 2015), and warm, cohesive, homes with clear rules protect the child from becoming an aggressor (Morcillo et al.
In addition, in response to the emerging "made to penetrate" argument, we varied the role of the participant in the scenario, as either perpetrator or aggressor, in order to be able to compare the perceptions of men and women when they imagined themselves to be in a typical gender role situation (men as aggressors and women as victims) and in an atypical situation (women as aggressors and men as victims).
The tactical look and feel of SA Sports' Empire Aggressor 390 is achieved through an integrated, full-barrel Picatinny rail, adjustable Picatinny mount foregrip, ergonomic tactical drop front grip, adjustable AR-style rear stock with carbon-fiber design accents, side-mounted Claw Lever Latch quick-detach quiver with Picatinny mount and adjustable string stoppers.
An aggressor state may own the ways and means to achieve its ends in a single move, but after assessing the environment determines the risk of doing so are too great.
Not satisfied with the role of welfare homes, some abused women said these homes are sometimes merely satisfied with a pledge formality by the aggressor to stop the abuse.
The Ukrainian parliament earlier this year declared Russia to be an aggressor state.
Pilots with the 64th Aggressor Squadron use their knowledge of potential adversaries to play "King Kong on the block" for blue force pilots during the Red Flag exercise at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada.