intimidate


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West is charged with assault and battery, breaking and entering with intent to commit a misdemeanor, and assault and battery with intent to intimidate based on race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or disability.
TEAM ONE: Students representing the Virginia Attorney General should construct an argument that the teens and the Ku Klux Klan leader burned the crosses to intimidate people, thereby violating Virginia law.
It is clear to us that the senators' request for an investigation is politically motivated, and Helms, Robertson and their allies are hoping to intimidate us from telling churches the truth about the law.
Community residents testified that gang members loiter as part of a strategy to establish turf, recruit new members, and intimidate rival gangs and members of the local community.
Mrs V Johnson, Shirley * AS ONE of the protesters outside the Calthorpe Clinic, I did not intimidate anyone as was stated by the pro-abortion staff of the clinic.
TheDirtyHarrystarisknown for roles in which he can intimidate without raising his voice.
TWO men were refused bail over fears they could intimidate witnesses, a court heard yesterday.
A JURY will today continue to consider the verdict in the trial of a Coventry man accused of attempting to bribe and intimidate the key witness in a murder trial.
Without question, this is a deliberate attempt to intimidate retained firefighters.
Before Pope John Paul II visited the United States in October 1995, the Catholic League launched a campaign to intimidate the press so as to avoid any critical reporting of the pope.
The high-powered crowd certainly didn't intimidate Walters, who was given a standing ovation when Lansing called her ``an icon and incredible inspiration for every single one of us.
Pc Poole said: 'Outside the station they tried to intimidate me by implying they knew where I lived.