However, the regime, frightened by the spectacle, saw the student movement as a threat to the stability of the state.
I was frightened by the idea of living with someone with HIV.
The proposal triggered a strike that shut down the city for a day -- and frightened Sarkozy into surrender.
How was it that this frightened mouse of a doctor had come up with something so spectacular?
For as they aged and developed infirmities, as their spouses died off, they were left alone and frightened.
Then Father Giang was frightened, and took back his promise.
When the storm came, she was frightened, and said, 'It is a retribution.'
At least he did not give him the satisfaction of showing that he had been frightened.
He was repeating like a frightened child, "For God's sake, Hal, don't die—don't die."
The bird seemed surprised rather than frightened or resentful.