It is an invisible, deadly menace.
That menace is online trading app Robinhood.
Erdogan responded by calling the technology a "menace".
The shadow health minister, Mark Butler, on Monday branded Kelly a “menace”.
In 1969, Friedan referred to lesbians in NOW who wanted to come out of the closet as “the lavender menace.”
said Guyett, comparing Dark Rey's lightsaber to Darth Maul's double-bladed saber from "The Phantom Menace."
It is too soon to tell whether its claim heralds a real-life “Attack of the Clones”—or is merely a phantom menace.
Jamie Murphy was recruited to add more menace in attack but has twice had spells on the sidelines with hamstring issues.
Sterling, Sturridge and Philippe Coutinho began to move with greater menace but Southampton’s shape and composure held firm.
Kristoffer Ajer galloped around with menace, often steaming deep into Saints territory on great, lancing runs from the backline.
Her vast, fantastical figures have the heightened colour and animal dynamism of fireside fable, cut through with distinctly contemporary menace.
The scenes where humans controlled by the deep sea menace are gassing people into unconsciousness were so unnerving that the Australian censor cut them.
That said, Blair’s invasion of Iraq takes some beating: a society destroyed, as many dead as the Rwanda massacre, millions dispossessed, a jihadist menace.
Despite being an environmental menace and serving no clear purpose (medical professionals strongly advise against using them to clean ears), they remain a bathroom staple.
He's dialled down the menace for this two-step club track, instead bringing a laidback lothario mood and bare hiccuping beat, proving their collaboration on 'Lock Doh' wasn't a one off.
Now the public release of documents had turned a conventional espionage operation into something far more menacing: political sabotage, an unpredictable, uncontrollable menace for Democratic campaigns.
Industrial beats, cut-throat synth stabs and garbled, whispered lyrics: perhaps the only person to out-Aphex Aphex Twin in 2014 was hooded electronica menace Gazelle Twin, who scared and delighted us with this brilliantly creepy digital war-cry.
The administration criticizes Antifa, even though the department considers it to be a “low grade” menace, she said, but it appears unwilling “to come out and repeatedly and consistently criticize the white supremacist global threat,” which is far more lethal.
Facebook said Wednesday evening it had asked Definers Public Affairs to look into George Soros' funding activities after the billionaire philanthropist called the social network a "menace to society" in early 2018 and Facebook called for a deeper investigation of its critics.
Several world leaders — among them President Trump and Prime Minister Boris Johnson — were slow to grasp the menace of the highly contagious virus, and reluctant to embrace disruptive and economically painful social distancing measures that have become the norm in much of the world.
- pose a threat to; present a danger to
- something that is a source of danger
- a threat or the act of threatening
Example: he spoke with desperate menace
- express a threat either by an utterance or a gesture
Example: he menaced the bank manager with a stick
- act in a threatening manner
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