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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of agitate.

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Examples

  • And third, I don’t know why the fact that Professor Bernstein agitates more people than other VC posters should be seen as proof of anything, let alone reflect unfavorably on him.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Kagan and the Cult of Personality

  • And third, I don’t know why the fact that Professor Bernstein agitates more people than other VC posters should be seen as proof of anything, let alone reflect unfavorably onhim.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Kagan and the Cult of Personality

  • That kind of agitates the atmosphere, and there are some studies from the Storm Prediction Center that says La Nina can sometimes make for more intense or more tornadoes a little bit farther north as we agitate that jet stream.

    CNN Transcript Feb 7, 2008

  • Wright could take Brown's rough ideas and lyrics and transform them into real songs, while Serrano was able to translate Brown's poorly articulated studio suggestions (a running joke was that he referred to acetates as "agitates") into enthralling, artful production.

    Chicago Reader

  • Wright could take Brown's rough ideas and lyrics and transform them into real songs, while Serrano was able to translate Brown's poorly articulated studio suggestions (a running joke was that he referred to acetates as "agitates") into enthralling, artful production.

    Chicago Reader

  • Wright could take Brown's rough ideas and lyrics and transform them into real songs, while Serrano was able to translate Brown's poorly articulated studio suggestions (a running joke was that he referred to acetates as "agitates") into enthralling, artful production.

    Chicago Reader

  • Wright could take Brown's rough ideas and lyrics and transform them into real songs, while Serrano was able to translate Brown's poorly articulated studio suggestions (a running joke was that he referred to acetates as "agitates") into enthralling, artful production.

    Chicago Reader

  • Brown's rough ideas and lyrics and transform them into real songs, while Serrano was able to translate Brown's poorly articulated studio suggestions (a running joke was that he referred to acetates as "agitates") into enthralling, artful production.

    Chicago Reader

  • "Motivated by an evolutionary Force ... this integral activism (i.e. Enlightenment Virus - ed.) effectively reunites the once-polarized paths of peace and power; invoking an invincible evolutionary dynamic that acts directly, vibrationally upon the body, cellular and terrestrial; not simply overpowering from without but setting up a resonance that" agitates "the" particles "of consciousness in the surrounding material field.

    Triggering the Enlightenment Virus

  • A flock of Mini-Minne-Makers agitates raw fibers into felted beads.

    Ugly Necklace Complete!

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