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|(Turkish) Let them hate, so long as they fear. (Roman) Take care that no one |
hates you justly. (Roman) The closer one gets, the harder it is to hate. (the Editor)
The hatred of relatives is the most violent. (Roman) The hatred of those closest to
|Family... the home of all social evil, a charitable institution for comfortable women, |
an anchorage for house-fathers, and a hell for children. - Strindberg, J. August A
... Synge, J. M. The hatred of relatives is the most violent. - Tacitus, Publius ...
|Violent incidents were reported to occur in all of the above locations with the |
exception of a washroom. ... They note that participants were often targeted by
strangers, neighbors, schoolmates, co-workers, and relatives (p. 336).
PERPETRATORS Most of what is known about the perpetrators of anti-gay/
lesbian victimization is based on anecdotal information, surveys of victims, and
reports by victims to gay ...
|The low-profile personality may be the most dangerous, because she is the most |
difficult to discern. ... of an eight-year-old girl who at the age of two was
abandoned by her biological mother, so her dad moved the family in with his
mother. A week ... Over the next ten years this child grew with such jealousy and
hatred for her ...
|The Rise and Fall of Ireland's Most Dangerous Criminal Gang Paul Williams ... At |
the centre of the tangled web of hatred were five families – the Dundons,
McCarthys, Caseys, Kellys and McNamaras. They in turn dragged in distant
relatives and friends as the contagion spread. It typified the dynamic of family
rows that are ...
|The story of the feuding Montague and Capulet families features the famous balcony scene where the lovers first realize their mutual affection, setting off a series of duels, secret plots, and misunderstandings that eventually leads to one ...|
|However, violence against women can be confusing because it occurs within the |
realms of love, family, and sexuality. ... The most violent hate crimes are rooted in
feelings of hostility to differences that we have all felt at one time or other.