Ian Oliver, Partner Director, Provoke
said, Our partnerships with like-minded companies such as Qorus is central to our ethos of having the best available tools, to deliver value to our customers .
Like in the 1980s, they seem to be spoiling for a fight, goading the unions and trying to provoke
strikes," he wrote.
Based on this evidence, the appellate court ruled that the trial court reasonably concluded that the defendant intentionally sat near the complainant and that he knew such conduct would provoke
If North Korea continues on this line it can provoke
hardliners in Japan to say they need a nuclear weapon," Blix told Al Jazeera on Friday.
1 : to cause to become angry <Don't provoke
A spokesman for the city council said that a new system was always going to provoke
teething problems but said that officers were "very pleased" with how the new system was progressing.
The suspects allegedly planned to create chaos that would provoke
a military coup and topple Mr Erdogan, whom they accuse of eroding Turkey's secular laws.
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Surely, even if those who proposed the author failed to think his nomination might provoke
a negative reaction from the Muslim world, Her Majesty's supposedly experienced officials should have anticipated this.
23) and "let us consider [katanoomen] how to provoke
one another to love and good deeds" (v.
The catch for people living with MS is that no one knows which of the 200-odd cold viruses provoke
an MS attach.
Superficial attempts provoke
But that is Hartman's purpose, to provoke
us to test her insights against current research.
Passionate kissing can transfer enough of these allergens to provoke
a severe reaction in someone with a peanut allergy.
Did the Civil Partnership Act help to provoke