I think that's a stick," said Cornelius calmly, "but I don't suppose you will threaten
me with that.
His son Haemon, to whom Antigone is betrothed, pleads in vain for her life and threatens
to die with her.
For what dread of want or poverty that can reach or harass the student can compare with what the soldier feels, who finds himself beleaguered in some stronghold mounting guard in some ravelin or cavalier, knows that the enemy is pushing a mine towards the post where he is stationed, and cannot under any circumstances retire or fly from the imminent danger that threatens
Knowing what we know, it is not to be concealed that this circumstance threatens
us with more embarrassment, and perhaps with more distress.
For example, the author of an anonymous communication may claim allegiance to a known terrorist group and threaten
a city with a radiological device.
Do not threaten
or attack other passengers: Passengers and crew members could also see such behavior as part of an attempted hijacking or act of sabotage.
The backside Post (X) and the strong-side Post-Corner (Z) keep the safeties on the hash, giving our Y the opportunity to threaten
the middle of the field.