(1) the threat of reprisal(2) Zimmerman continues: ├ö├ç├┐Those people to whom trade, growth and profit count most make the point that economic reprisals are inevitable.├ö├ç├û(3) But tell me, hasn't the pharmaceutical industry fearing reprisals changed that somewhat, in fact, started policing itself, and toned down some of this stuff?(4) People rightly aren't willing to risk destroying their own careers if they sense there isn't sufficient protection from reprisals by their superiors.(5) The other side of the coin is the individual's right to personal privacy and the right, of say human rights activists, to communicate online without fear of reprisals from repressive regimes needs to be protected.(6) However, the key feature of such trust relations is an absence of opportunism, in that individual firms will not fear reprisals after any reorganization of interfirm relations.(7) By its lack of information, the text distances the - individual homicides from the history of reprisals that area prominent feature-of sectarian murders.(8) She is panicked about possible reprisals at work because of her illness and absences, together with the fact that she is seeing a psychiatrist.(9) Between the rants and reprisals the couple meet, and still unaware of their counterparts' real identities take a liking to one another.(10) The twentieth century saw many examples of arts playing a powerful political role, sometimes eliciting harsh reprisals and censorship, even death.(11) Like Grandma, the two guerrillas had taken revolutionary names to bolster their morale and, in the advent of capture, to shield their villages and families from reprisals .(12) Instantly, as if fearing reprisals , she lowered her head in a respectable, subservient manner and said nothing more as she bustled toward the door.(13) The citadel was evacuated to avoid political reprisals in the 1780s, but civilians remained in the fortified town until its decline in the mid-nineteenth century.(14) Negotiations can consist of suggesting courses of action, threatening reprisals , offering to work together, showing or demanding to see cards, or anything at all.(15) Although that revolt failed, the brutal Ottoman reprisals , which killed 30,000 Bulgarians, drew Europe's attention to what had previously been considered an Ottoman backwater.(16) No one was arrested in the 1983 incident, but professional reprisals did follow.