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Terror

 

an extinct volcano in Antarctica, on Ross Peninsula, off the coast of Victoria Land. Mount Terror rises to an elevation of 3,262 m. It is composed of basalts and is covered by glaciers. It was discovered in 1841 by J. C. Ross, who named it for one of the ships in his expedition.

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'The recent rascally attempt to hold Saraki and Ekweremadu hostage in their homes on 24th July 2018 as well as the terrorisation of the Benue State House of Assembly after Governor Samuel Ortom's defection bear sad testimony to this fact.'
The statement added that all divinely-revealed religions and all man-made laws share in rejection and condemnation of any form of terrorisation or aggression against innocent people.
This achievement makes Stalin's terrorisation of his own party and government during the mid-1930s _ the subject of Kotkin's middle section - a challenge to explain.
Today the tables have been turned in the relations of imperialist victims and imperial rulers; the nature of the relationship is changing into a new one of terrorisation or victimisation of the latter by the former.
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"I write to expose what can now be confirmed as attempts at intimidation and terrorisation by forces who wish to divide and destroy the 30-year history of the CFU."
In its letter addressed to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Congress had said: "This tragedy has been compounded by the public reaction of significant elements of Pakistan's clerical, journalistic and law community, who have praised the murderer and threatened the lives of other officials, who refuse to comply with the terrorisation of Christians, Ahmadis and women."