aggressions against

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  • We have no plans for aggression against any other state, large or small. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • All was set for the start of a military aggression against the largely pacific settlement.
  • These feelings often result in aggression against less powerful groups.
  • There was huge aggression against this act by all working unions and common people.
  • He raised a great cry in opposition to Western economic aggression against Korea.
  • After the election she considered them as the greatest injustice and an aggression against the will of the people.
  • There is no worse aggression against humanity and Mother Earth than war and violence.
  • However, being bottom feeders, they may show some aggression against other smaller bottom feeders.
  • This was done to discourage any further tribal aggression against him and his party.
  • Colleagues became alarmed after he turned his aggression against them.
  • A more important reason is the perceived American aggression against Muslims, which is mentioned seven times.
  • For example, being male is significantly related to reports of aggression against supervisors.
  • During the next decade, Commonwealth was occupied by its aggression against Russia.
  • Their first act is to start open aggression against the Narn.
  • A war of aggression against the Western Powers would have found the Social Democrats divided. Cited from The War and Democracy, by Seton-Watson, Wilson, Zimmern and Greenwood
  • The British Government were ready to bind themselves not to be parties to any aggression against Germany. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, March 1915
  • Talk is made over the threat of possible French naval aggression against the relatively under-sized frigate.
  • Originally an anti-government play, it was adapted to take on an anti-Japanese theme after growing Japanese aggression against China.
  • Immediately on his recovery he began his aggression against Olynthus. Cited from The Olynthiacs and the Phillippics of Demosthenes
  • Its role is to deter, or defeat if necessary, outside aggression against the ROK.