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something that incites especially a violent response

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A model-based approach supporting graph-based descriptions of stimulus and test scenarios
The stimulus to be evaluated was located on the top of the page, with the scales below.
The comments from the head of the Bundesbank came as the ECB is considering whether and how to offer more stimulus for the sluggish eurozone economy.
These choice-based stimulus preference assessments have been studied extensively with individuals with severe disabilities with several notable findings.
8 trillion from 2009 to 2013 -- and vastly exceeded the stimulus packages alone.
In Branch's case, the Paxton campaign pointed to several publicly traded companies in which Branch or family members have owned stock and that, according to a federal database, also received money under the stimulus program, such as eBay, Paccar Inc.
The survey covered businesses that had completed stimulus projects in areas such as construction work, medicine, and education.
The feds are handing a mixed bag of stimulus aid to the Lane Council of Governments, too.
The government had given three stimulus packages totalling Rs 1,86,000 crore, including a six per cent excise duty cut across the board on all goods and a two per cent reduction in service tax.
It is crucial to distinguish between temporary fiscal stimulus to combat recession and two other debt-raising policies: financial bailouts and spending on Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security.
Taxpayers expect--and the federal stimulus law guarantees--that they easily will be able to track where and how money from the largest public works program since the Great Depression is being used.
An award-winning senior national correspondent for Time magazine, Grunwald is the only reporter in America who has invested the time and shoe leather necessary to really understand the stimulus as a program--not just how the legislation came together, but how the money was allocated and overseen and whether the projects and programs it has funded were worthwhile.
In a large-scale study involving over 1,800 healthy participants from the general population, Boris Quednow and Georg Winterer examined how far acoustic stimulus filtering is connected with a known risk gene for schizophrenia: the so-called "transcription factor 4" gene (TCF4).
Through basic research on compound stimulus presentations, they examined the basic "molecules" of discriminative stimuli (Lovaas, et al, 1979).
With New Hampshire just barely beyond the halfway point of using its federal stimulus dollars, any closed-book evaluation of the funding's full value would be half wrong, or half correct.