They scare off
direct foreign investment by demanding bribes.
Just the words "parliamentary procedure," however, are enough to scare off
a meeting novice, but a book is available that makes Robert's Rules of Order understandable even to the timid layman.
Of course, what Bacon and Dyer did may scare off
some moviegoers--a prediction based less on the film's sexual content than on its emotional brutality.
22-caliber rifle to scare off
coyotes and other wild animals, fired at them first.
In addition, hunting would scare off
the hogs and deer that panthers eat.
This could scare off
potential supporters,n noted Special Assistant for Property Tax Reform Martha E.
Wesley made a lot of noise in an attempt to scare off
A DAD-of-two who used a piece of wood to scare off
a gang of louts throwing rocks at his home was stunned when police arrested HIM.
POLICE threatened to arrest a farmer and his son for firing a shotgun to scare off
an armed gang.
But he added he was speaking out because he fears bad publicity could scare off
NFL teams interested in signing him as a free-agent.
ADVICE from the Home Office on staying safe: # If you often walk home in the dark carry a personal attack alarm in your hand so you can use it immediately to scare off
It fans open its bright orange collar to scare off
predators or attract mates.
A FARMER fired blanks into the air to scare off
two men he thought were burglars.
He doubts the chemical can scare off
the hardy cockroach, however.