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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of terrorise.


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  • I think inevitably, more Chechens will end up dying as a result of this than Russia being "terrorised" to leave.

    Chechen rebel claims responsibility for Moscow bombings - Need to know - 2010

  • The stories had claimed that people in the nrea had been "terrorised" by some repulsively deformed "goblin-like" creature who regularly broke out of the Woodshead and committed an impressively wide range of unspeakable acts.

    The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul Adams, Douglas, 1952- 1988

  • Senior cop Tony Francis faces bash charges after allegedly punching Kayd Thorp A SENIOR policeman faces criminal charges, accused of bashing a man described as having "terrorised" two seaside towns. | Top Stories 2010

  • Drivers are still being "terrorised" by off-street clampers in spite of new regulations intended to curb their excesses. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph 2010

  • Residents at the meeting raised concerns about the level of coverage of CCTV in the area, with one man saying people felt "terrorised" in their own homes.

    unknown title 2009

  • Britain is being "terrorised" by official projections that the population will reach 70 million within two decades, the Home Secretary said today.

    Top stories from Times Online 2009

  • Britain is 'terrorised' by population projections, says Home Secretary

    National Policy Institute 2009

  • Three decades after the Red Army Faction terrorised Germany with a campaign of murders, hijackings and bomb attacks, the last major trial involving one its members opens today, when prosecutors will seek to end the mystery of one the group's most prominent killings.

    Baader-Meinhof trial opens in Germany Kate Connolly in Berlin 2010

  • Thanks, Ed. After so long spent being terrorised by snippets of Tony and Cherie's sex life (all that talk of "the love only she could give him"), such self-control could only be viewed as a blessed relief.

    Why Ed reminds women of every bad ex-boyfriend Barbara Ellen 2010

  • I, for one, would be happy to watch the fall-out as a demon terrorised the Famous Five (it might make Five Go to Demon's Rocks more exciting).

    Mashing up children's books with monsters Alison Flood 2010


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