It also will benefit from the spillover of violence that is all but inevitable from Syria into Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq, and Jordan.
The life of the club owner was something Leonard left behind, the noise and violence drifting into lore.
Companies are also intolerant of violence in the workplace because it undermines workforce stability and hampers productivity.
In Tripoli the violence has just worsened, with government offices closed, shops and gas stations shuttered.
The number of rapes has diminished since, but the violence continues, with very few perpetrators held responsible.
In his violence Philip tore at his breast, and dragged something from beneath his shirt.
In view of the violence you made use of, I consider that you owe my son an apology.
But he regretted his violence and told her so, which was fatal, or so it seemed to me.
I don't know what to write, about your answering that man of violence.
In the Asiatic Cusha-Dwip they supported themselves by violence and rapine.
late 13c., "physical force used to inflict injury or damage," from Anglo-French and Old French violence, from Latin violentia "vehemence, impetuosity," from violentus "vehement, forcible," probably related to violare (see violation). Weakened sense of "improper treatment" is attested from 1590s.