fear up harsh
 n.— «Among the techniques that don’t require prior approval in advance under the rules issued last fall are silence, repetition, “emotional love/hate,” and “fear up harsh,” in which an interrogator behaves in a heavy, overpowering manner, yelling and even hurling objects, in an effort to implant fear in a suspect.» —“Interrogation Rules Were Issued Before Iraq Abuses —- Some Techniques Needed Commander’s Permission; Questions of Interpretation” by Carla Anne Robbins, Greg Jaffe, David S. Cloud Wall Street Journal May 13, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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