intimidatory


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intimidatory

(ɪnˌtɪmɪˈdeɪtərɪ)
adj
involving or amounting to intimidation
Translations

intimidatory

[ɪnˌtɪmɪˈdeɪtərɪ] ADJintimidatorio

intimidatory

adj telephone call, behavioureinschüchternd; intimidatory tacticsEinschüchterungstaktik f
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Such intimidatory tactics are totally unacceptable and represent a new low in the bilateral relationship, particularly the targeting of diplomats' families.
per cent of possessed do so again The highest proportion of children who reoffended had committed public order crimes, which is when people engage in deliberately violent and intimidatory behaviour.
It was also presented with evidence showing that 68% of 118 Conservative candidates said they had experienced "inappropriate, intimidatory behaviour", compared to 36% of the 229 Labour candidates.
These include: - The government bringing forward legislation to "shift the liability of illegal content online towards social media companies"; - Social media companies ensuring they are able to make decisions "quickly and consistently on the takedown of intimidatory content online"; - The government consulting on the introduction of a "new offence in electoral law of intimidating parliamentary candidates and party campaigners"; - Political parties working together to develop a joint code of conduct on intimidatory behaviour during election campaigns by December 2018.
Prime Minister Theresa May's ethics watchdog recommends introducing laws to shift the liability for illegal content onto social media firms and calls for them to do more to take down intimidatory content.
That means zero tolerance of intimidatory, powerful men who wrongly believe they can do pretty much what they please, taking advantage of political positions to pursue and proposition women left feeling humiliated and degraded.
The source, according to the report, stressed that such intimidatory acts would not stop the leadership of the state and the legitimate government of continuing its endeavors to assume its role and responsibilities towards the Yemeni people, on all economic, security, political and humanitarian stages.
I would urge anyone planning to do this not to - it looks deliberately intimidatory and it's not acceptable.
As such, we have no option but to pursue these measures of last resort to protect our staff and operations from protesters' criminal actions and intimidatory behaviour.
ADELAIDE -- Shane Watson admitted he was fortunate to escape Wahab Riaz's classic spell of intimidatory, eyeballtoeyeball fast bowling in Friday's World Cup quarterfinal between Australia and Pakistan.
Their options were reduced when opening paceman Mark Footitt was ordered out of the attack by umpires Peter Hartley and Mark Benson at 51 for none for intimidatory bowling in an over which included a beamer and three short-pitched balls.
In fact, the picture drawn by the English camp is that Jadeja had moved towards the pacer in an intimidatory manner as the players were going towards the dressing room and Anderson put his hands up in defence.