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“Instigator is a role that Wilmot has long fulfilled with seeming ease.”
“He became known as the Instigator - a derisive play on Earnhardt's famed nickname the Intimidator - and may have turned off some Earnhardt loyalists.”
“Chuck Fadely/Miami Herald via Associated Press CRUSHING CLUNKERS: Lionel Easler and his five-ton Ford monster truck called "Instigator" crushed six cars taken in under the federal "cash for clunkers" program at Sawgrass Ford dealership in Sunrise, Fla.,”
“In response, Reuven Cohen, the Cloud Computing Interoperability Forum "Instigator" said, the manifesto being launched was a "first draft is to act as a line in the sand, a starting point for others to get involved".”
“Kiefer Sutherland's Attorney Says Actor Wasn't "Instigator" in Head-Butting Case Kiefer Sutherland Turns Himself in to Face Misdemeanor Assault Charge”
“Instigator of the 'February 20' movement on Facebook, Oussama El Khlifi front, shouts slogans during a protest in Rabat on March 6, 2011, to demand political reforms and a new constitution.”
“Some other cards to keep an eye out for in Zendikar include the enemy fetchlands, Warren Instigator, and Bloodchief Ascension.”
“Chief Instigator Khan Wong delivered a most memorable event.”
“He is the columnist for Lavender Magazine's Leather Life column, he was the Chief Instigator for 2007's Leather Leadership Conference here in Minneapolis, and he is just an all around wonderful man.”
“--- May 11 New Yorker's "The Instigator" profiles Steve Barr, owner of Green Dot Public Schools, a string of seemingly successful charter schools in California which have apparently attracted the attention of the new hierarchy at the Department of Education.”
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