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  • n. Plural form of instigator.


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  • Iran's parliament has asked authorities to arrest "the main instigators and directors" of Sunday's violent anti-government protests, the state-run Islamic Republic News Agency reported Wednesday, the same day massive pro-government rallies were held in Tehran and other cities.

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  • Police broke into the crowd frequently and arrested people they described as instigators, many of them minors.

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  • Gonzales was one of the main instigators of the administration’s torture policy.

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  • I put forth that the killing will not cease until someone involved, in this case the instigators are the prime choice, stop killing.

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  • In the meantime, why not write, email or call the instigators of this on-going cruel and unusual punishment without trial?


  • Asked who the team would report violence to if the instigators were the governing authorities themselves, De Lille said the next obvious recourse would be the Southern African Development

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  • Qatar-based al-Jazeera is one of several foreign news channels the regime dubs "instigators" of the trouble.

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  • Notify me of followup comments via email. kgrace: @emergentvillage We are more frequently referred to as instigators, but that's harder to spell.

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  • Space stepped back to 1964, when thoughts of TC3 were just getting started, introducing Walter Franklin of Cortland County, one of the "instigators" behind the community college, and invited Franklin to come up and speak.

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  • In a statement, the Interior Ministry said the protests were the work of "instigators" led by the Muslim

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