Defence barrister Shaun Routledge told the court: "All he wanted to do was frighten away
the injured party.
Any sensible government and its security services knows that you don't frighten away
law-breakers by setting up road blocks and the like which they can see a mile away and circumvent, but invite them to travel along a route which you have prepared beforehand.
"In my opinion, a company that contracts with someone to frighten away
their pigeons needs to do a better follow-up in the area to see what impact that has," Deputy Chief Barrieau said.
Also discussed are how to research the life's work of one's physician on Google and ask him questions about his practice (it's important to listen to the tone of the answers as well as the answers themselves); why terms like "experimental/investigational procedures" and "medically necessary" are little more than manipulative word-dancing meant to frighten away
people from demanding insurance payment; how to respectfully and persuasively present one's case to insurance industry bureaucrats and medical professionals who have a vested financial interest in your imminent death (if you die quickly, they don't have to pay for your treatment); and much more.
Opposite a main entrance they may frighten away
The Arabs, he said, had to govern well or they would frighten away
the investing public and let extremists in.
"The last thing we want is to frighten away
our own residents.
Yet the production's mellow incarnation won't frighten away
the older audiences the series can't afford to lose.
For a moment I imagined how simple it would be if we today could only stamp our little huarached feet and frighten away
all our enemies.
Though these categories appear throughout, they do little analytic work--and I fear they will frighten away
undergraduate and non-academic readers.
So it would appear that Plaid espouses independence privately, to placate its supporters, but this must never be stated publicly, because it might frighten away
The `Effaroucheurs' are precisely what their name inters - intimidators whose job it is to frighten away
not only the thousands of birds but also the tens of thousands of rabbits that inhabit the grassland around Orly's busy runways.
Requiring the sites' users to identify or register themselves would frighten away
those who depend upon the anonymity and confidentiality of the service.
The title refers to an incident near the end of the story, when Okada accidentally kills a wild goose with a stone intended to frighten away
a flock of geese.
Germans complain of high taxes, rising social security contributions, and east Germany's development costs which frighten away
foreign companies and drive German manufacturers abroad.