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provoke or stir up

serve as the inciting cause of

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He argued that the suspect was not entitled to the concession of pre-arrest bail as the evidence on record clearly proved that not only he had constantly been intimidating and harassing the complainant but had also been instigating other people against her.
Syria has repeatedly warned of supporting or instigating for terrorism practiced by Al Saud regime in violation of the international resolutions, and since the beginning of the crisis, it has sent a number of letters to the UN and Security Council affirming that the Saudi regime is involved in the crimes perpetrated by the armed terrorist groups in Syria.
The Osmonovs had to leave the country in 2007 due to false charges with instigating participants of the rally in protest against Jerooy Altyn and Andash mines to hurl stones on the Prime Minister's motorcade.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: An Iraqi lawmaker on Wednesday called to take measures against MPs proved "implicated" in instigating violence, stressing the overseeing role played by the Parliament.
As might be expected based on perceptual defence and attribution (Zuckerman, 1979), individuals are more likely to perceive experiencing than instigating workplace incivility.
When body fluid, or even water, enters the battery, the liquid soaks the crystal-infused paper, instigating a chemical reaction that generates free copper, magnesium chloride, and electricity.
Although the report sent to the JetHawks stated that Abercrombie was suspended for instigating ``on-field violence,'' the suspension miffed the coaching staffs of both teams since no physical contact between the teams occurred after the benches cleared and no players were ejected.
Editorial covers the facts surrounding litigation brought to trial, the implications of instigating legal actions and its affect on non-immediate participants such as referees.
RANGERS security chief Lawrence McIntyre last night blamed Feyenoord supporters for instigating the violence that marred the beginning of their UEFA Cup clash last night.
The Butcher and Matt Dyke were instigating mandatory roll-ins, resulting in many close calls and one full contact between the Butcher and a dropping-in Dober.
The prisoner was allegedly disciplined for instigating a work stoppage but the court found no evidence that a work stoppage occurred.
As part of its campaign, the SEIU is instigating nuisance complaints with the NLRB to generate publicity for unsupported, false claims of labor violations.
Summary: Kalaburagi (Karnataka) [India], Dec 15 (ANI): An FIR has been registered against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Telanagana MLA Raja Singh, Ram Sene's Pramod Muthalik and others on Friday for instigating hatred towards other communities.
ISLAMABAD -- Kashmiri students staying in southern Indian state of Karnataka have said that the activists of extremist Hindu organization, Akhil Bhartiya Vidya Parishad, have been harassing them and are instigating common people of the state against the students and businessmen from occupied Kashmir.
He appealed to the concerned quarters to take stern action against Clubs selling and instigating the youth for using banned drug and steroid.