hostile person

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The Police Department MRAP will be a barrier between the public and a hostile person or situation such as a barricaded suspect with weapons who may be threatening someone s life.
Barbara Jenkins of Winfield Park, New Jersey, who signed the online petition, wrote that Martin was also defending himself against "a hostile person.
If you get a hostile person, your job is not to spend anytime with them," she said.
In fact, it may cause some leaders and Soldiers to wrongly believe that they must attempt to first "shoot to wound," thereby rendering the hostile person "incapable of continuing the activity," without actually killing him.
To many such persons, the measures recommended by medical experts and ethicists will be unconvincing, as they can hardly be expected to work against the power of an evil spirit or a hostile person.
The goal of the defensive tactics approach is to train officers to resolve situations peacefully unless the hostile person escalates an encounter to an even higher level of threat.
The kind word, the caring gesture transforms the potentially hostile person into a friendly one.
The hostile person may challenge on most points, but the manager must realize that this is an "acceptable" reaction.
Take a deep breath, relax, and try to get on the same wavelength as the hostile person before you.
Feldman describes himself as a "serious, large, hostile person trapped in the body of a weakling Jewish guy.
The Plan is designed to deal with the problem of unilateral actions by hostile persons that are calculated to deprive the Company's shareholders of the value of their Rentech shares.
In the RV the word simply means `stranger', applied either to friendly or hostile persons, but in later texts ari appears only in the negative sense of `enemy' (see Thieme, Der Fremdling im Rgveda).