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try to stir up public opinion

bathe with warm water or medicated lotions

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It was an attempt by people to foment sectarian violence.
Q: To what extent are false ideas about the Crusades being used by extremists to foment hostility to the West today?
Foment, justify or glorify terrorist violence in furtherance of particular beliefs Seek to provoke others to terrorist acts; n Foment other serious criminal activity or seek to provoke others to serious criminal acts Foster hatred which might lead to inter-community violence in the UK and it covers the expression of such views by any means or medium, including Writing, producing, publishing or distributing material; n Public speaking, including preaching; n Running a website; n Using a position of responsibility such as a teacher or a community or youth leader
Staging death has also been an effective way for artists to express a wish, foment resistance, or change careers.
LONDON -- The poverty, illiteracy, drug use and despair that plague Central Asia's huge population of young people could foment serious trouble in the future without focused national and international attention, the International Crisis Group warns.
Yusuf Pashtoon, a top aide to the governor of Kandahar Province, says two Iranian Army generals have spent the past several weeks visiting Helmand, Nimruz and Farah provinces, distributing cash, goods and possibly arms to former warlords in an apparent effort to foment unrest.
One sure way to foment a border dispute is to complain that your neighbor is sending noxious air pollutants in your direction.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari warned of Riyadh and Tel Aviv's collaboration in attempts to foment insecurity inside Iran, saying that the two hostile states are making hefty expenses for their schemes against Tehran.
Those who sought to incite sedition and foment discords among Kuwaitis through the odious terrorist act were failure and disappointed, it said in a statement.
On the one hand, the prime minister wants to project himself as the great champion of good governance and Constitutional values while on the other he allows many of his colleagues to make vile statements and foment communal polarisation,"Gandhi said.
Actually, the article didn't foment conflict since there was no conflict; there was universal condemnation of the article.
He added that the arrest of former MP and Minister Michael Samaha has demonstrated beyond any shadow of doubt that Bashar Assad's regime was striving to foment strife in Lebanon between the Alawites and Sunnis on one hand and between the Christians and Sunnis on the other.
Chidambaram further said anti-national elements linked to Lashkar-e-Taiba were trying to foment trouble in Sopore.
Fomenting trouble'SM Sahai, the police chief of Jammu and Kashmir, declined to comment on the three separatist leaders' detention, but said, "they may be pretending to lead peaceful protests, but they actually foment trouble".
It was all so clear to Romer: Anti-Japanese lies were being used to foment public anger during the war, just as he believes the mayor is using lies about the LAUSD to foment public anger over the failures of local schools.