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Bullying

Bullies were people whom the Thirteenth Doctor did not like. (TV: Kerblam!)

As a child, Fitz Kreiner often faced bullying by other children due to his father's German origin. (PROSE: The Taint)

Francis Minto bullied the students at Coal Hill School, especially Susan Foreman, Gillian Roberts and John Brent. (PROSE: Time and Relative)

Chad Boyle was a bully who frequently tormented Dorothy McShane. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Revelation)

Huldah had been bullied constantly as a boy, so he exercised and built his muscles until no one dared bully him again. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Apocalypse)

During their childhood, the Doctor and the Master were mercilessly and viciously bullied by Torvic. (AUDIO: Master) The Doctor was also bullied by Anzor. (PROSE: Mission to Magnus)

Bullying that took place online was known as cyber bullying. (TV: Spyfall)

Tara Mishra compared the Bandeirante, Portuguese slave traders, to bullies noting that Francisco Pedroso Dias was a typical bully in that he could "dish it out" but reacted with fear and outrage when a greater power, the Lpupiara, sought to enslave him. (COMIC: Slaver's Song)

After disabling all the Quarks of a group of Dominators in the 1950s, the Tenth Doctor compared the would be conquerors to simple bullies without their robotic army. (COMIC: Quiet on the Set)

Jo Grant was bullied in her youth, the experience leading her to believe that bullies sought control to compensate for their emotional inadequacies and loneliness. When she met Missy, Jo considered the Time Lady to have many traits in common with a bully. (AUDIO: Masterful)

When facing the Kotturuh, the Tenth Doctor likened their attitudes to those of bullies. (PROSE: The Knight, The Fool and The Dead)

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