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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of incite.


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  • I really don't believe that Martin incited the murder any more than did any of those other books that your husband's group read, because though writers can help a person to ... to recognize himself, they never create what isn't already there.

    Archive 2004-10-01

  • ACTA raises at least three additional scary prospects for search engines and ISPs: the possibility of the expanded use of injunctions ordering material removed or preventing material from being published; the possibility of actual imprisonment for employees of companies that are found to have "incited" or "aided" violations of copyright law; and the privacy-invading possibility that ISPs will have to report to rights-holders on their users 'online activity.

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  • The report challenges the official government position that the Dalai Lama "incited" the protests and criticizes the government's response.

    Rebecca Novick: The Tibet Question: A Chinese Think Tank Dares to Ask

  • Slayer "incited" the three young men, the suit says, with such lyrics as "I feel the urge the growing need/To f-- k this sinful corpse/My tasks complete the bitches (sic) soul/Lies raped in demonic lust."

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  • This doesn't sound much like Baker's characterization of the event: "incited" Muslims who have taken over Canadian streets.

    Peace, order and good government, eh?: August 2006 Archives

  • Israel's ambassador to Canada has denounced federal Liberals, Bloc Quebecois and other Quebec politicians for taking part in a weekend pro-Lebanese rally in Montreal and aligning themselves with what he described as "incited" Muslims who have taken over Canadian streets.

    Peace, order and good government, eh?: August 2006 Archives

  • State Senator Jack W. HarperSetting aside the premise that somehow the insurgents at this point haven't been "incited," Harper's main argument is on ground shakier than poorly set lime Jello.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • The latter was limited to heavy penalties against union leaders who 'incited' workers to strike action.


  • Furthermore, the leaders of any future defiance campaign, i.e. those who 'incited' or 'procured' others to commit an offence by way of protest or as part of a campaign against any law, could be punished with a fine of ú500 and/or five years 'imprisonment and/or fifteen lashes.

    Eliminating all Opposition

  • But given Wicks had pleaded guilty to selling to him and others, they would struggle to say he "incited" it. | Top Stories


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