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    1. they incite against the Frenchmen, In France against

    2. You shall incite them, and the heat of their lividity shall be shown in their faces

    3. However, terrorism sowed terror and succeeded to incite indignation, hatred and fear with the infamous massacre of March 11 in Madrid, just three days before the elections

    4. The bloody televised images of murdered, mutilated or wounded persons produce fury and pain at the same time that they incite feelings of incapacity and provoke a desire for vengeance

    5. Both girls rolled their eyes as the macho mousy banger with the dark green scarf and the dark green winter hat chimed in, “Yay, this boy aint be about nothing … he’s with the Neighborhood Street Rock a bye babies,” he said trying to incite me

    6. Mother Earth will unleash the negative energy that the global corporations have created through their overwhelming voracity; that karmic retribution will indeed incite a war of apocalyptic proportions between her and mankind

    7. 9 And the Serpent, which God had created with them in the Earth, came to them to incite them to transgress the command of God which he had commanded them

    8. than one mature male in her lifetime, that my teenage lover had both the incite and the

    9. precedent, and incite subsequent accusations for the purpose of obtaining ends that a vote does not grant

    10. nist’, was to be used to enable the Illuminati to incite future wars and revolutions

    11. Its purpose was to incite growth,

    12. 9 And the Serpent which God had created with them in the Earth came to them to incite them to transgress the command of God which he had commanded them

    13. Sometimes he wonders how his enemy has honed them and what has happened to incite him to do so

    14. and of attempting to incite social and class unrest

    15. Gāndhiji was also against using words to incite violence and committing violent acts against a criminal or unjust government

    16. An attempt to return to the previous state of order to the Helix of the Planes will incite a serious power struggle with the Harad Ghul and the devious specters who assist them

    17. Outdated and abused, used so recklessly to incite control

    18. Their only problem in love is that their intellect is too cool and passionless to incite ardour in others

    19. Many of the TV talk shows that covered some of the burning issues would invite Todd to give the White Supremacy angle but all he did was incite the black activists and the liberals

    20. which incite retail buying or

    21. Not being able to remove the title, these leaders mingled with the crowd and did their utmost to incite derision and ridicule, lest any give serious regard to the inscription

    22. That way I incite the adrenaline even more to victory

    23. The American government seeks to implement control, but they also incite further violence because of the fury held by those who are the alleged attackers, though they’ve done nothing wrong

    24. Was it your intention to incite trouble for the lady, or is that just an added bonus?” Jason asked with an intension that Jamie felt was unwarranted

    25. She screamed as loud as possible to incite him to attack, “I’m going to kill your bitch

    26. incite the desired action

    27. Diem was working on a peaceful settlement with the North before the war while CIA outposts were performing military raids to incite war

    28. The idea is that you incite your customers or referral sources to pass on something about your business to their

    29. And when he re-read his last text, he realized that it didn’t incite a return volley

    30. There was no blatant religious issue like the Ram mandir to incite trouble

    31. ‘Woh toh dange karvayenge, UP ko Gujarat banayenge!’ (They will incite riots, make UP into Gujarat), said a Muslim schoolteacher

    32. It needs nothing but a determination on the part of the rectors, vicars, and perpetual curates of England to bring the matter before the communicants of their respective parishes, and to incite them to come forward and do their duty

    33. But, where these ‘nice Musalmans’ can hide the ‘not so nice’ Medina stream of the Quranic diktats that were meant to aid Muhammad’s endeavor to establish the Islamic standard over the Kabah? At best, they might be turning the pages when they come across those inflammatory ayats in their scores in the Quran, meant to incite the Musalmans against ‘the others’, who do not subscribe to Muhammad’s creed

    34. But, how were they to hide the inimical ayats that incite hatred towards the infidels from their kids that might put them on the path of fanaticism or worse, martyrdom? Why only the Quran, even the hadith and the sunna, not to speak of sharia seem to play no less a role in shaping the separatist, intolerant and aggressive Islamic ethos of the Musalmans

    35. use the name of the justice of the Pugilistic Fraternity, borrow the use of unproven rumors, use flowery words to confuse and incite hundreds of drunken pugilist

    36. “Or that who incite for piety?”

    37. to incite wars where the innocent die

    38. That is, you do not charge yourself with feeding the poor, or incite it for that

    39. Unfortunately not thinking ahead and certainly not of consequences, Byron had miscalculated the energy required to incite the actress’

    40. It is to consider human being's deeds as a predetermined fate by Al'lah, and to deny the will and choice to be theirs ascribing it to Al'lah, and by such saying, they incite people to commit sins

    41. The truth is that Ulysses, who has been envious his whole life because he is only the king of a poor, small island, is pleased to incite others’ envy and to feel that he is envied

    42. [6] In the Holy Qur’an there are hundreds of verses that draw humanity’s attention to God’s creation and incite us to think about it

    43. “What type of plant is it?” Aazuria asked, trying to incite conversation without being intrusive

    44. He couldn't understand how Paramita was able to incite addiction in him

    45. Yet he had no reaction, as if there was nothing left in life that could pull a reaction from him, nothing left that would incite emotion

    46. It must not be so harsh that it would incite open rebellion across the board

    47. And it is not calculated to incite fear in the public

    48. either ask a question, incite fear, or pique your visitor's interest

    49. The way a nation becomes the dumping place for the litter of human atrocities is to incite opposition to the spiritual fruit

    50. We might discover ourselves amidst the worst of those who incite conflict to those who live for that inward divinity

    1. Though she feared incited him, she had to know

    2. To strike them down He was incited

    3. 14 While the tyrant incited him in

    4. 14 While the tyrant incited him in this manner to the unlawful eating of flesh Eleazar begged permission to speak

    5. Herod's appearance incited a

    6. At this moment, the cardinal sin of the jealousy was eating away Duprina´s entrails, with the same ferocity and cruelty that a flame incited by the wind

    7. When in desperation, she doused herself with kerosene; he incited her by thrusting a matchbox into her hand

    8. There are also rumors that this band has increased vastly in the last few months, and that Olgerd, incited no doubt by this Cimmerian, is even considering a raid on Khauran

    9. Still the people rushed wildly about, with brainless squawks, screaming that the count had incited the riot for his own purposes

    10. That he was a perverter of the Jewish nation; he deceived the people and incited them to rebellion

    11. That, by claiming to be a king and the founder of a new sort of kingdom, he incited treason against the emperor

    12. This singular focus incited no further anxiety

    13. But this incited too many images of bloody harm to the girls

    14. The promise that good citizenship earned blacks respectability and civil rights lost credibility when race-baiting candidates for governor incited a mob to riot by publishing rape allegations against black men

    15. Unexpectedly they arrived, incited those who were already

    16. The past failed regime had too often bought votes or incited uneducated voters who knew no better to follow its short-sighted policies

    17. This was something else that Mayor King was used to, but the muffled sounds of her fainting incited more panic within him than did her screams

    18. Inciting a crowd of ignorant peasants into lynching someone will be considered as severely as if churchmen would have done the deed, with a fitting punishment then administered by us to those who would have incited the mob

    19. Thus he incited the crowd to riot and they grabbed up

    20. You can tell me, might there have been something on your site that maybe, you know, have incited a few mobs and caused all of us to fear the world will end next February?

    21. incited a war, something they couldn’t afford at the time

    22. claims, has incited human-rights violations―house-to-house

    23. incited by his nature

    24. fire once again incited their dead eyes!

    25. In ‘Al-Adiyat’ fortress our Provider has incited us to seek to know our fate when we shall come out of our graves and our deeds become laid open between our hands; then in this fortress ‘Az-Zilzal’ He talks in details about what He has mentioned in general in the previous fortress

    26. He revealed the reality of intercession, which most scholars failed to reach, and which they thought was an intercession of unjust mediation through which the noble Envoy (cpth) got whoever he liked out of Fire, something which incited people to commit sins, hoping to be interceded for on Doomsday

    27. This incited jealousy among some of the Turkish officers and led them to hold grudges against him because, despite his Arabic origin, he was regarded with the greatest respect by those at the highest level of the government machine

    28. The noble verse related to the verses we are taking up of Al-Baqara Fortress referred to this bodily state which our Master Adam (cpth) and his wife became in as out of his drawing far from God, the devil became envier and mean, incited by his jealousy to turn them away

    29. ” He could just imagine the havoc he’d incited at that instant on the 13th floor

    30. Quarrels and fights between country wenches would be incited forher to

    31. their cosmos, and of the relationships between the two, they are liable to be incited to make

    32. cancer has incited the man to conceal his condition, then, plausibly, it is causally connected

    33. character or nobility of purpose, and whereby adherents are incited to believe in an illusory

    34. No, if she'd incited his energy and desire he would have made her happy and been the boy for her

    35. Which would’ve incited a war, something they couldn’t afford at the time

    36. deep, or revealed too much or incited the masses to think in a reactionary manner

    37. These Jews, however, were incited by

    38. A handful of confetti that came from a neighboring carriage, and which, while it covered Morcerf and his two companions with dust, pricked his neck and that portion of his face uncovered by his mask like a hundred pins, incited him to join in the general combat, in which all the masks around him were engaged

    39. At each previous visit he had made to Rome, he had solicited and obtained the same favor; and incited as much by a religious feeling as by gratitude, he was unwilling to quit the capital of the Christian world without laying his respectful homage at the feet of one of St

    40. The third proceeded to barricade the doors and windows, then returned, and the three united in stifling the cries of terror incited by the sight of these preparations, and then dragged Assunta feet foremost towards the brazier, expecting to wring from her an avowal of where her supposed treasure was secreted

    41. At every step he was incited to do some strange, wild, wicked thing or other, with a sense that it would be at once involuntary and intentional; in spite of himself, yet growing out of a profounder self than that which opposed the impulse

    42. incited by vengeance and the sense of a great despair

    43. Can’t you see that, Xavier? We’re fighting for the survival of our species! Informing the world that humanity may have accidentally incited this conflict wouldn’t help the situation

    44. ‘Now then, go on, go on!’ incited the officer, bending forward and trying not to lose a word of the speech which was incomprehensible to him

    45. All Moscow repeated Prince Dolgorukov’s saying: ‘If you go on modeling and modeling you must get smeared with clay,’ suggesting consolation for our defeat by the memory of former victories; and the words of Rostopchin, that French soldiers have to be incited to battle by highfalutin words, and Germans by logical arguments to show them that it is more dangerous to run away than to advance, but that Russian soldiers only need to be restrained and held back! On all sides, new and fresh anecdotes were heard of individual examples of heroism shown by our officers and men at Austerlitz

    46. He saw Cosette every day, he felt paternity spring up and develop within him more and more, he brooded over the soul of that child, he said to himself that she was his, that nothing could take her from him, that this would last indefinitely, that she would certainly become a nun, being thereto gently incited every day, that thus the convent was henceforth the universe for her as it was for him, that he should grow old there, and that she would grow up there, that she would grow old there, and that he should die there; that, in short, delightful hope, no separation was possible

    47. Investors in our current era were not so lucky, and back-to-back severe bear markets between 2000 and 2009 have actually incited investors to change their behavior

    48. Incited by his stormy Muse

    49. Now you reproach me for having a weakness for that lady when you yourself incited her to captivate me! She told me so to my face

    50. He murdered him and I incited him to do it

    1. Whatever conditions or incites (human) emotions, such expressions are triggered within the (core) of an individual‘s (basic) nature whose (essential) ingredients seldom vary

    2. A handgun, or any other firearm for that matter, is not (the) underlying motive that incites some violent action

    3. A balsamic mitigating sea breeze inspires, distracts and incites visitors to marvel once more at the pleasant outline of the city and to examine more closely one of the two majestic statues of the legendary icon Merlion

    4. although it incites and spurs the

    5. with which to judge others instigates culture wars and incites holy

    6. § He revealed the reality of intercession, which most of the scholars failed to reach, where they thought it an intercession of unjust mediating through which the noble messenger (CPTH) gets whoever he likes out of fire, the matter which incites people to commit sins hoping to be interceded on doomsday, so he clarified through the verses of the Holy Qur’an that intercession is got only by the believer and it begins from this world and lasts for him to the afterlife, and that intercession is binding of a spirit to another, derived from the world (couple), which indicates a thing binds to another and couples with it adhering to it

    7. This fear incites him to be straight within God’s orders and to obey Him

    8. Apollo incites him continuously to vindicate his father Agamemnon, killed by Aegisthus, conspiring with his mother Clytemnestra

    9. He revealed the reality of intercession, which most of the scholars failed to reach, where they thought it an intercession of unjust mediating through which the noble messenger (cpth) gets whoever he likes out of fire, the matter which incites people to commit sins hoping to be interceded on the doomsday, so he clarified through the verses of the Holly Qur'an that intercession is got only by the believer and it begins from this world and lasts for him to the afterlife, and that intercession is binding of a spirit to another, derived from the world (couple), which indicates a thing binds to another and couples with it adhering to it

    10. He revealed the reality of intercession, which most of the scholars failed to reach, where they thought it an intercession of unjust mediating through which the noble messenger (cpth) gets whoever he likes out of fire, the matter which incites people to commit sins hoping to be interceded on doomsday, so he clarified through the verses of the Holy Qur’an that intercession is got only by the believer and it begins from this world and lasts for him to the afterlife, and that intercession is binding of a spirit to another, derived from the world (couple), which indicates a thing binds to another and couples with it adhering to it

    11. “You brought this man to me as one who incites the

    12. The rubbish of the nation consists of inadequate health care, bodily destruction through acts of terror, societal division with hateful intolerance, disrespect for goodness, and “trash talk” that incites conflict

    13. That incites unfruitful responses to Mothers desiring within their mind and emotions to care for the infant within

    14. In other words, their presence incites us to be vigilant, and deter us from self-indulgence

    15. Such portrayal of the Creator can only produce in humans a mindset and mentality that incites human-to-human ‘physical’, psychological and spiritual violence and abuse that ultimately manifests in the real expression of personal prejudice, judgment, fear, disharmony, arrogance, pride and violence

    16. individual hide behind his social role, and compensation that incites

    17. The £4 a week was a lure which must draw him, and what was it to them, who were playing for thousands? They put in the advertisement, one rogue has the temporary office, the other rogue incites the man to apply for it, and together they manage to secure his absence every morning in the week

    18. Granting that the White Whale fully incites the hearts of this my savage crew, and playing round their savageness even breeds a certain generous knight-errantism in them, still, while for the love of it they give chase to Moby Dick, they must also have food for their more common, daily appetites

    19. (3) As a method which passes over to the study of words and sounds from the study of objects it proceeds along a natural path, coöperates with the regular formation of concepts and ideas, and acts in a developing way on all the sides of the child's nature: it incites the children to be observant, to group their observations, to render them orally; it develops the external senses, mind, imagination, memory, the gift of speech, concentration, self-activity, the habit of work, the respect for order

    1. See how she has been inciting proud Diomedes to vent his rage on the immortal gods

    2. Instead it stoked his curiosity further, inciting him to pry all the more

    3. From this vantage of seeing without being seen, he was attempting, if not to bring an end to this street demonstration, to prevent the next by identifying those inciting the campesinos and radioing the information to Guardia Nacional troops ringing the plaza

    4. " Ruby punched the air with her bow inciting an immediate response

    5. “Is it just that Jeanine finally finished planning it, and acted, or was there an inciting incident of some kind?”

    6. “There was an inciting incident,” says Edward

    7. “And you never once, during all your conversation with the level Tens, noticed that there was a deeper meaning behind the forum? That they were discussing political euphemisms and inciting racial allegories?” He blinked at me

    8. "We can force them by inciting the Intelligence Privilege Laws

    9. One of the old veterans slid his sword through the back of a youngster who was inciting retreat, but with Barrad carving through the men on the flank, the veteran’s action had the opposite effect to what he wanted

    10. The sudden drafts were inciting Beatrice's sharp screams, and Mariana was helping with theirs, little accustomed as they were to the rough movements of such a weak transport

    11. as he wanted and it would not matter to her, but inciting his anger

    12. The word spread amongst the crowd, inciting a fresh wave of panic

    13. To have answered "No" to their question would have been equivalent to inciting rebellion; to have answered "Yes" would have shocked the deep-rooted nationalist sentiments of that day

    14. During the trip she noticed the tension of the passengers, the military preparations in the towns along the line, and an atmosphere rarified by the certainty that something serious was going to happen, but she had no information until she reached Macondo and they told her that José Arcadio Segundo was inciting the workers of the banana company to strike

    15. on that same day in February for inciting the bus boycott

    16. During this time the priests and scribes of the Sanhedrin were gathering and inciting a crowd to have Jesus cruci-149

    17. Upon returning to South Africa Mandela was imprisoned, for the first time, on charges of leaving his country without a passport and for inciting his people to hunt Boers; it was whilst he was in jail that the ANC formed Umkhoto we Sizwe: Spear of the Nation

    18. into the US military over the years, and many were found to be actually inciting hatred, and

    19. Inciting a crowd of ignorant peasants into lynching someone will be considered as severely as if churchmen would have done the deed, with a fitting punishment then administered by us to those who would have incited the mob

    20. There’s an inciting incident, still you’re people to action

    21. At a Modi rally in Agra in November, the BJP leadership even felicitated its MLAs who had been charged with inciting violence

    22. They are holding him on inciting a riot because he created a panic tonight in the auditorium

    23. Art must be relevant to both the present and future, inciting a protest against factory-made selves while instigating the Renew Regeneration

    24. But how would they respond to the fire that sent the body shop up in flames, or his destroying evidence, or his inciting a major panic at Three Queens

    25. that it wasn’t in black & white, and the voice inciting the soldiers into

    26. “It’s inciting trouble,” said the chief sub-editor

    27. Branan had stressed the importance of not inciting mass

    28. the risk of inciting panic

    29. inciting divisions amongst the villagers again, I’ll shove the full

    30. He was always there, planning the demonstrations and inciting the students to protest against this and that injustice and recruiting them to his cause

    31. But in stark contradiction to these messages inciting fear, pain and suffering through the infliction of physical maiming and the command for revenge and equitable retribution, we read in the gospel of Matthew Jesus’ definitive redefining of past religious rules and laws espoused throughout the writings of the Old Testament;

    32. All she wants is to avoid inciting his fury, so that she can stay safe

    33. 18); of inciting the younger women to turn aside after himself, to their own perdition

    34. The next fact that comes out in the Biblical testimony is that the diabolical rule over mankind is maintained less by open war with the religious sentiment than by its perversion; less by inciting men to atheism and vice than by deceiving them into God dishonoring and soul-destroying superstition

    35. Another thing he commented on was equipping soldiers with firearms or sidearms of any description liable to go off at any time which was tantamount to inciting them against civilians should by any chance they fall out over anything

    36. When you make war you may retreat, but not when you spend your time in inciting poor ignorant fools to kill and to die

    37. “No doubt because they feared the repercussions of inciting your wrath, your grace

    38. When her old self can be manifest without any controlling force subduing or restraining her, or inciting her to action

    39. "As yet I looked upon crime as a distant evil, benevolence and generosity were ever present before me, inciting within me a desire to become an actor in the busy scene where so many admirable qualities were called forth and displayed

    40. "Do you know," he screamed, "do you know that your rascals are inciting men at the factory, and that I know it? Let me tell you, I know the names of four of these rascals and that I am going out of my mind, hopelessly, hopelessly!

    41. (3) It must represent in itself the process of self-instruction, inciting, supporting, and directing the child's self-activity

    42. "Naturally the teacher does not always put these questions straight to the children, as forming the predetermined programme of the lesson; more frequently the small and undeveloped children have to be led up to the solution of the question of the programme by a series of suggestive questions, by directing their attention to the side of the subject which is more correct at the given moment, or by inciting them to recall something from their previous observations

    43. So far as I could see, it was absurd that cupidity was inciting Langdon and Roebuck against me

    44. And, sir, is it nothing to the bill which we are now debating, for raising an additional army of twenty thousand men—or is it a departure from order to hint on this floor at a circumstance which all men are employed and occupied in discussing at their firesides?—that this army, to constitute an aggregate of fifty-five thousand regular troops, is about to be put under the control of the man who was the author of the Anonymous Letters at Newburg at the close of the Revolutionary war, inciting a handful of men, the remnant of the old American army—perhaps not numbering six thousand altogether—to give a master to the nation? Is that a consideration to have no weight upon such a question as this? With me, sir, it is conclusive

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