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to trouble persistently from or as if from all sides

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Mr Pester, a car dealer, needed life-saving surgery after he was rifled with a shotgun at his home in Whitleigh, Plymouth, in 2008.
"I'm aware of some crime that takes place but I was really concerned about the levels of concern around the Fallowfield Loop," Supt Pester told the M.E.N.
Researchers from the University of Liverpool and Cancer Research UK found that children who used the internet for three hours or more a day were three times more likely to pester their parents for junk food and four times more likely to use pocket money to buy junk food.
The lender confirmed Mr Pester, who has been placed on gardening leave, will get PS1.2 million in severance pay and a "historical" bonus of around PS480,000 that is due from before TSB's takeover by Sabadell in 2015.
The lender confirmed Mr Pester, who has been placed on gardening leave, will get PS1.2m in severance pay and a "historical" bonus of around PS480,000 that is due from before TSB's takeover by Sabadell in 2015.
Mr Pester said it had been a "privilege" to lead the bank, but admitted the past few months have been "challenging".
Earlier this month the committee said it had "lost confidence" in Mr Pester and warned that if he continued in his position it could "damage trust" in the bank and the rest of the sector.
"I got the idea after my grandsons regularly pestered me to quiz them about Marvel and DC comics when we were making frequent car trips through to the east coast."
Paul Pester, chief executive of TSB, has opined that regulators need to increase competition in the banking sector.
Paul Pester told the Press Association that at present, the true cost of banking for consumers was covered in a "cloak of secrecy".
Health campaigners have long called for supermarkets to stop using the pester power of children at tills.
TSB's management, led by Paul Pester, chief executive, has reportedly been meeting potential investors to ask them to back the pending flotation of the 631-branch business.
Mark Knapp, 40, and Elizabeth Pester, 33, were arrested and charged with the abuse and neglect of their toddler daughter after she was admitted to hospital weighing only 13 pounds (4kg).