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I think Oprah would be the only, she's the only person we can think of that might be intimidating to Megan Mullally.
"I would say going to Anfield is one of the most intimidating atmospheres whether with Everton or Manchester United.
The suspensions followed a protest against the transfer of Sefton's council housing stock to a housing association in May, after which 18 complaints of intimidating behaviour were received.
"In recent seasons we have played at Pau and Perpignan who are among the most intimidating clubs in France.
"It is most unfortunate that when the economy is in doldrums the only priority of this government is intimidating the Opposition," Patel's tweet on Tuesday read.
He said they had concluded Mr Phillips "behaved in an intimidating manner" and made "inappropriate remarks" to staff.
ISLAMABAD -- The All Parties Hurriyat Conference Chairman, Syed Ali Gilani, in occupied Kashmir, has strongly condemned the summoning of his second son, Dr Naeem Gilani by India's National Investigating Agency saying that New Delhi is harassing and intimidating his family members just to pressurize him.
To this end, Suleiman Musa appealed to the Inspector General of Police, Mr Adamu Abubakar to sanction his personnel found intimidating members of the opposition parties before, during and after elections.
Baya said, 'If they see Coast people waking up they begin intimidating them."
The 15-year-old boy has been handed a civil injunction after police in Gateshead received a spate of reports of intimidating behaviour.
According to Albayalde, there wouldn't have been negative stories about the police from the media if they have been asking for favorable coverage or intimidating media practitioners.
IANS New Delhi The Congress has taken strong objection to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks against its leaders at a poll rally in Karnataka and has written to President Ram Nath Kovind urging him to caution Modi against"unwarranted, threatening and intimidating"language as it does not behove him.