harass


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to trouble persistently from or as if from all sides

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He denied that he had intentionally harassed the turtle.
"The Chief Justice's son argued with the vendor after the latter harassed his wife," the police report read.
The post Fisheries department calls on public not to harass turtles appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
You cant tell me to lie in a pond of dirty water and pretend I havent been harassed.
The 15-year-old girls were being harassed by a man on the L train in Brooklyn, police said according to to (http://pix11.com/2018/01/26/new-yorkers-step-in-when-they-see-man-harassing-2-teenage-girls-on-l-train/) PIX11 News .
But police spokesperson Ambadas Pote said the aim was not to harass people but to ensure they don't become targets of criminals.
In his article, he also talks about the different ways men harass women, promising that he will never harass or annoy any girl again; nor will he ever be silent about such shameful acts.
in Libya to protect journalists, allow them to do their work; do not harass or
However at the court hearing, Mr Reece - who faced a potential pounds 27,000 maximumfine or two years in prison - was cleared of wrongdoing after the magistrate said there was no evidence he deliberately targeted the dolphins or that any of them had been "harassed or disturbed".
By the way bosses are made to harass employees, though there are a few exceptions.
IT pains me to hear folk speak of the torture they face from those who harass them because they do not like them or agree with their religion, colour or creed.
"Does any of the posse or anyone you all know ever write the idiot and harass him?" Diana Nutt allegedly wrote.
and I don't want [the school administration] to harass other students," she says.
'If that's what she wants to tell people then it's up to her.' Adrian Eggington of South Staffs Housing Association, said: 'We have sent a letter to the Suffolk family informing themwe will take legal action if they continue to harass Mr Hill.'
Department of Justice, www.ncjrs.org/pdffiles/ harass.pdf