- n. Plural form of threat.
“I think the word threats is almost too narrow," Capt.”
“She figures to be among the title threats this week and next.”
“The line about other threats is a slight of hand move to take attention off cap and trade.”
“Sometimes the reasonable response to threats is to take them seriously.”
“On Tuesday, Bahrain's Foreign Ministry advised citizens not to travel to Lebanon, due to what it called "threats and interference from terrorist elements.”
“Two decades later, those former officials -- including Otto Reich, Roger Noriega and Daniel W. Fisk -- view Honduras as the principal battleground in a proxy fight with Cuba and Venezuela, which they characterize as threats to stability in the region in language similar to that once used to describe the designs of the Soviet Union.”
“Up next, launching fear, Iran testing missiles in response to what it calls threats from the U.S. and Israel.”
“Pakistan's ambassador to the U.S. says his country needs to be vigilant against what he calls threats of war from India.”
“Up next: launching fear -- Iran testing missiles in response to what it calls threats from the U.S. and Israel.”
“He says Fidel appeared to be in good spirits, appears to be recovering and goes on to say that the two leaders talked for some two hours about topics including an agreement between Venezuela and Cuba and what he called threats from the empire, that is to say the United States, these words from Chavez.”
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