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  • When she died, he had to take out his aggression on someone else.
  • His aggression on stage often followed him off stage.
  • An aggression on my honour seems to me much the same. Cited from Guy Mannering, Vol. I, by Sir Walter Scott
  • Three years were consumed without further aggressions on either side, and probably in negotiations for peace. Cited from Athens: Rise and Fall, by Lytton, Book 4
  • But the beneficence of his purposes required no such aggression on the rights of his subjects. Cited from Theological Essays and Other Papers v2
  • She takes out her aggression on Thing, battling him in a wrestling match.
  • The military men of France knew that Germany had for years been preparing for aggression on a large scale. Cited from Foch the Man, by Clara E. Laughlin
  • Yet this "does not mean accepting evil or aggression on their part."
  • Let us bear this in mind when there is an act of aggression on either side of the Boyne. Cited from Principles of Freedom, by Terence J. MacSwiney
  • Corbo is best known for his rock-solid defensive skills and his aggression on the field.
  • Peace is in her hand, whenever she will renounce the practice of aggression on the persons of our citizens. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 4 (of 4), ed. by T.J. Randolph
  • This album eased up on the aggression on previous albums and showed more emotion.
  • Acts of aggression on military aircraft by an enemy combatant within their theater of warfare.
  • He quickly became a fans favourite, admired for his power and aggression on the pitch.
  • Only a strong central power enables a country to resist hostile aggressions on a great scale. Cited from Beacon Lights of History, Volume IV, by John Lord
  • Despite competitive aggression on the track, he is a "gentle giant" off the track.
  • The struggle was at first one of aggression on the part of the northwestern Indians. Cited from The Winning of the West, Volume Three, by Theodore Roosevelt
  • The firing by the troops put an end to aggression on the part of the mob.
  • All our wars are instigated by the relations of those killed, or by aggressions on our hunting grounds. Cited from Autobiography of Black Hawk, by Black Hawk
  • The decision was undertaken partly due to British aggression on the high seas.
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