Let us not be defeated by the tyranny of the world financial markets that threaten peace and democracy everywhere.
All men are prepared to accomplish the incredible if their ideals are threatened.
Our founding fathers could not have foreseen that freedom of the press might eventually be threatened just as much by media consolidation as by government.
People can undergo a sudden change of thinking and loyalties under threat of death or intense social pressure and isolation from friends and family.
All the aftermath that so frequently follows in the wake of war still confront the nation, and we now, as ever before, must hold fast to the ancient landmarks and see to it that all of these plagues that threaten so mightily shall be rendered harmless.
I did so many things that made me a threat.
I wish I could avoid the people who have threatened me. My favorite threat is that I will be thrown in the River Miljacka, which is at most knee-deep, with my feet bound in cement.
When you're threatened, or something hard hits you, acknowledge it, embrace it. Don't pretend that you didn't get hurt - hurt, cry, think about it. And then you let it go and try something else.
It's never fun to read death threats.
Global security can be formed or threatened by heads of state whose wisdom, folly and obsessions shape global events. But often it is the security practitioners, those rarely in the headlines but whose craft and energy quietly break new ground, who keep us safe or put us in peril.
Death threatens our speech with futility because death is not just a biological event - it is a reality we fear may rob our living of any significance.
If I am told to be at a shoot at 10 A.M., I am ready on time. By 11:30, I lose my patience. After that, I keep threatening to leave the sets if they don't begin soon. It works sometimes.
There is nothing more important in my life than being a father. I will never allow any of my career choices or aspirations to threaten this bond.
I never threatened him and no Syrian intelligence officer has ever pointed a gun to his head.
The language of the younger generation has the brutality of the city and an assertion of threatening power at hand, not to come. It is military, theatrical, and at its most coherent probably a lasting repudiation of empty courtesy and bureaucratic euphemism.
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