Not intimidating thesaurus

"Pooh, man, you're frightening yourself," the Colonel answered.

I was on the point of saying this, but Schomberg's stare was intimidating.

The bewilderment on the poor little face was frightening me.

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They must also comply with administrative procedures created by popularly elected state and federal legislatures.

One important right recognized in most administrative proceedings is the right of Judicial Review.

Non-elected officials in administrative agencies are delegated this authority in order to streamline the often lengthy and more deliberative process of legislative lawmaking that frequently grinds to a halt amid partisan gridlock.

Although administrative agencies are generally designed to make lawmaking and regulation simpler, more direct, and less formal, they still must provide to affected parties.

Congress tried to maintain this delicate balance in the (APA).

The APA limits the scope of a reviewing court's authority to determining whether the agency acted arbitrarily and capriciously in exercising its discretion. In making this determination, the reviewing court will not find that the administrative body acted arbitrarily unless the agency failed to follow proper procedures or rendered a decision that is so clearly erroneous that it must be set aside to avoid doing an injustice to the parties. In one case the Ninth Circuit ruled that the Transportation Department acted arbitrarily under NEPA, when it failed to prepare an environmental impact statement, failed to consider whether its regulations would have violated air quality limits, and failed to perform localized analyses for areas most likely to be affected by increased truck traffic.

As to intimidating me, or changing my course, the thing cannot be done.

Every thing had been done by the Indians to render this show as intimidating as possible.

In many instances, the term implies an element of bad faith, and it may be used synonymously with tyrannical or despotic.

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