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  • v. Present participle of terrorise.

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Examples

  • Hours later, alcohol fuelled (I’m labouring this, but state funded) he was again terrorising the locals.

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  • Austin Healey wrote the other day about Flood "terrorising" the gain line against Australia, suggesting England had found their No10 for the long haul: "I came away not wondering when Wilkinson will be fit, but whether he will be called upon when he is."

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  • The 84-year-old Mugabe - Africa's oldest leader - has in turn accused the MDC of "terrorising" his supporters, although the UN says the opposition has borne the brunt of the attacks.

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  • Mugabe has in turn accused the opposition of "terrorising" his followers.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Mugabe has accused the MDC of "terrorising" ZANU-PF followers, although the UN says the vast majority of victims have in fact been opposition supporters.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Mugabe in turn has accused the MDC of "terrorising" ZANU-PF followers, although the UN says the vast majority of victims of the spiralling violence have in fact been opposition supporters.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Linda Walker, 47 … was being driven towards breaking point by groups of youth "terrorising" her neighborhood … She rushed out of her house at night to confront a knot of teenagers … After an exchange of abuse … Mrs. Walker squared up to one 18-year-old, firing off several rounds from the [compressed-air — powered] pistol into nearby ground …

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  • If the argument of Straw, Blunkett and Clarke is right and people are "terrorising" housing estates, why haven't the police arrested the "terrorists"?

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  • Climate damage and resource shortages are the real threat "terrorising" the globe.

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  • Cape civil servants were accused of "terrorising" their KwaZulu

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