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  • This country has no need to fear any aggression from any Asiatic race. Cited from Public Speaking, by Clarence Stratton
  • Military outposts were established in the area to guard against possible aggression from the west.
  • An extended high is usually followed by a severe crash that can result in aggression from the user.
  • This socially acceptable way of marriage also created aggression from a wife towards her husband.
  • Then there was a pause, and each party waited further aggression from the other. Cited from The Lady of Fort St. John, by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • No independent nation in America need have the slightest fear of aggression from the United States. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • Most later essential societal changes are the result of internal development and not of aggression from without. Cited from A History of China., [3d ed. rev. and enl.], by Wolfram Eberhard
  • Eventually, disease and Sioux aggression from the north forced the tribe to move south.
  • The constant threat of aggression from the South made them built walls and fortifications.
  • We are fighting to keep the forces of Communist aggression from making a slave state out of Korea. Cited from State of the Union, Harry S. Truman
  • The shock of aggression from someone from the outside world will be less if the child is accustomed to it from their parents.
  • If they will do that they may construct a real and effective counterpoise to aggression from any Power in the future. Cited from The European Anarchy, by G. Lowes Dickinson
  • Most of the aggression from the alpha male is directed to the young males, but they are not driven away.
  • It must be reciprocal and not an act of aggression from a man looking only to satisfy himself.
  • Since the smaller, less dominant fish face aggression from the more aggressive fish, they have less energy to forage for food.
  • Japan's main goal of national defense is the prevention of indirect as well as direct aggression from outside enemies.
  • However, a male that attempts to mate with an estrous female may face aggression from other males.
  • The area was largely unsettled by Europeans up until that point due to aggression from the local inhabitants.
  • These signals allow democratic states to avoid conflicts with one another, but they may attract aggression from nondemocratic states.
  • With equal sang-froid, the Secretary of State met threatened aggression from another quarter. Cited from Jefferson and his Colleagues, by Allen Johnson