intimidate


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to domineer or drive into compliance by the use of as threats or force, for example

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The 19-year-old then grabbed a shotgun from his room, loaded it and went outside, firing it twice in the air to intimidate the burglar, who had already fled after breaking into the family's pick-up truck.
He added that, 'The impression is getting stronger that all the ministers and 'Motu Gang' are directed by Nawaz Sharif to intimidate and influence JIT and Judiciary as everyone knows that profanity, denigration and high-handedness are the cornerstones of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz's (PML-N) doctrine.'
Intimidate police by throwing Molotov cocktails: failed
BEIRUT: The Special Tribunal for Lebanon described Tuesday the recent hacking of a local newspaper's website as an attempt to undermine the work of the U.N.-backed court and "intimidate" alleged witnesses.
The statement went to say: " IS coalition is following up with a amazement Mr, Maliki's statements and considered them as blatant attempt to intimidate proactively the judiciary entity, in addition to being an attempt to intimidate the absolute majority in the Parliament exceeding 170 deputies , who voted in favor of the law.
"How could some little 23-year-old from Northern Ireland with a few wins come up and intimidate him?
Summary: The killer of headmaster Philip Lawrence has been cleared of using his notoriety to intimidate and rob a man at a cash machine.
But local and external parties who will be harmed by the court will continue to try to intimidate and threaten the Lebanese against the court.
I NOTE that Cristiano Ronaldo has complained that Real Madrid supporters don't intimidate rival teams the way that Manchester United supporters intimidate the likes of Liverpool or Manchester City.
A "MAVERICK" shepherd who deployed his wayward sheep to intimidate neighbours received a suspended prison sentence yesterday for breaching an Asbo which banned the flock from the village.
Those who display nooses to intimidate or harass minorities and other targeted people face new penalties in Connecticut and New York.
West allegedly struck and pushed the man while using anti-gay epithets and what investigators referred to as "hate language" with the intent to intimidate because of what she perceived as his sexual orientation.
a frightening escalation of the Communists' plans to silence and intimidate the overseas Chinese people, in San Francisco, here, and around the world."
"Our fear is they're going to intimidate Arizona citizens, U.S.
Families are being separated and lives ruined because of selective enforcement of immigration laws that have been on the books for many years and are now being used to intimidate and deport law-abiding Arab and Muslim Americans.