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  • noun Obsolete form of incitement.


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  • But to have minimum acceptability, elections should be freed form the farce of being turned into dirty competition between millioniers of money and muscle power and a nasty and reactionary game of communal encitement and administrative manipulation.

    CPB Propose Fundamental Electoral Reforms

  • Dear GCHQ etc, this isn't really an encitement to violence.

    When will this madness end?

  • Mr. Edmund Broadrip taught me music, my father having presented me with one of Kirkman's finest [Page 10] harpsichords, as an encitement to emulation.

    Memoirs of Mary Robinson

  • Olavi Mäenpää denies the accusation of encitement against ethnic group

    Tundra Tabloids.......

  • Adebayor had been abused by Arsenal supporters from the moment he stepped onto the pitch but this was not far short of encitement to riot. - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • I know you both were speaking metaphorically, but in Pach’s absence I will caution all: let’s not write anything that will give adversaries an out-of-context phrase to use to charge fdl or any of us with violence or encitement.

    Firedoglake » Leaking Like a Glass Full of Birdshot…

  • Establish the principle also in the new law to be passed for protecting copy rights and new inventions, by securing the exclusive right for 19. instead of 14. years [a line entirely faded] an instance the more of our taking reason for our guide instead of English precedents, the habit of which fetters us, with all the political herecies of a nation, equally remarkable for it's encitement from some errors, as long slumbering under others.



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