We have no meanings for "using the threat" in our records yet.
But he is using the threat of EPA regulation to encourage lawmakers.
He was already using the threat of imprisoning opponents as a political-campaign tool.
He's using the threat of EPA regulation to encourage lawmakers.
But somehow that didn't stop me from using the threat of the death penalty as an edge in the case.
He said the Russian intervention also strengthened President Obama's case for using the threat of military strikes in support of diplomacy.
It now owns the Woolworths, Blockbuster and two other units, and is using the threat of compulsory purchase to buy more.
Banks are using the threat of repossession to get home owners to engage with them, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said.
Even some MPs and government ministers seem to be using the threat of violence as a warning to others to do their will.
He opposed anything that threatened unionist supremacy, and was quite happy to court loyalist paramilitaries, using the threat of violence and riots when required.
According to UN experts, the blockade "is essentially using the threat of starvation as a bargaining tool and an instrument of war".
Gulf states such as Bahrain, Kuwait and Qatar have become enthusiastic passport-strippers, using the threat of statelessness to suppress dissidents and human rights activists.
The government blamed Islamic extremism for the violence but critics argue the president is using the threat of extremism as a cover to crush opposition.
And the Bank of Canada did its bit by using the threat of rising interest rates to remind consumers that cheap money would not last.
He told BBC Hardtalk's Stephen Sackur that Mrs May was " using the threat of no deal to try and blackmail Parliament into supporting her deal".
Using the threat of State Department retaliation, the director had requested a closed circuit readout of Conklin's logs for the past five weeks.
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