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threatening remark

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an expression of the intent to hurt or punish another

an indication of impending danger or harm

one regarded as an imminent danger

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something that is a source of danger

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a warning that something unpleasant is imminent

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declaration of an intention or a determination to inflict harm on another

a person who inspires fear or dread

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Days before the notice was issued to Cottle that sparked his suicide threat, Cottle had called Shaffer to complain about Newell, accusing Newell of stealing $500 from him.
Coalition leaders spoke directly with Afghan government officials about this imminent suicide threat that could impact the celebrations of Nawroz," the NATO-led force said in a statement.
Additionally, peers may not know what to do when they learn of a suicide threat.
He has to weather the tears and tantrums, the pleas and the occasional suicide threat.
It's believed the man who made the suicide threat did not harm himself.
Tees Esk and Wear Valley NHS Trust say there is no evidence of any suicide threat in medical records.
Both concluded that Cho did not represent an imminent danger to himself; one reported "no indication of psychosis, delusions, suicidal or homicidal ideation," despite the suicide threat that triggered the hospital stay.
The suicide threat came two days after psychiatric nurse Denis Ireland, 57, died when he was hit by an express train from Manchester near Springwood Tunnel on Wednesday evening.
There was no express suicide threat, Sheriff James DiPaola said.
Li's persistence and the suicide threat reflected her level of ''stress'' and ''anger,'' her daughter said.
It is quite difficult, if not impossible, to evaluate the seriousness of a suicide threat.
Officials Continue to Respond to Rock Band's Suicide Threat
Question the arresting or transporting officer about exhibited behavior that might indicate mental illness, suicide threat or mental disabilities.
Acting as a cost-oriented social welfare agent, the practitioner bases his decision on the likelihood that the suicide threat is genuine, so as to minimize society's expected loss from su icide and suicide-prevention efforts.
42] Schools should be aware of existing agencies and services they will contact following a student suicide threat or attempt.