1、to incite or instigate trouble
2、instigate a strike, strike action, etc
3、It would not prove worthwhile to instigate an attack.
4、to incite defection; to instigate rebellion within the enemy camp
5、He did not instigate the coup or even know of it beforehand.
6、"Commonly, though not always, we exhort to good actions, we instigate to ill" (Samuel Johnson).
7、The minister have instigate a full official inquiry into the incident
8、Possibly is receives the media to instigate only then such the extreme.
9、A few days later, scar and lure simba into a valley, then instigate hyenas JiaoMa pursuits.
10、While online interest is used to instigate offline interaction, offline meetings can drive online appeal to an even greater audience.
11、Whatof Australia's repeated but unheeded warnings to Japan that if itdoesn't stop whaling we would instigate international court action?
12、Now type the following URL into a Web browser window to instigate the setMessage operation on the HelloWorld service
13、The structure is deliberately articulated in modulation to instigate activity in every form that his two-dimensional canvas can provide.
14、Students who instigate others for fights without consequences after that shall be given the punishment of demerit recording;
15、Article 29 No one may instigate or coerce juvenile to perpetrate or lure them into misbehavior prescribed by this Law, or provide conditions for them to perpetrate misbehavior.
16、(I) Those who instigate or force others to conduct operation at risk in violation the rules on fire control safety, but have not cause serious results;
17、It was all very fine to utter one's opinion about politics, but if it was meant to instigate a rebellion, that was quite another pair of boots.
18、Although the danger presented by cassowaries is real it has been somewhat exaggerated and it is almost unheard of for one of the birds to instigate an attack.
19、Some clever ministers sniffed out what it was like, and then wrote to them, why did they complain about grievances and instigate a reversal of the case.
20、I needed a name that was recognizable and elegant, so I called my beer Samuel Adams, after the brewer and patriot who helped to instigate the Boston Tea Party.
21、United States initiated a massive propaganda activity in order to cover the participation of United States, offer the validity of the landing activity and instigate the Cuban against Castro regime.
22、The client is always right, and the client has no tolerance for any changes they didn't instigate, so they expect to see a roadmap and to see continuous progress from 0% to 100% done.
23、Party B shall not instigate the driver to drive by breaching relevant operation regulations, or otherwise all consequential loss and damages to Party A shall rely on Party B.
24、Especially with the great pressure of international anti-terrorism, they instigate the people who believe in a religion and constantly stir up the many disturbances by taking the free religion as the pretext, which make the religionary conflicts get more complicated and difficult to solve.
25、This is especially true in China at the beginning of this century, where the Qing Dynasty was beset by internal and external troubles and the imperial order was in turmoil. This was a good time for the revolutionaries to instigate revolution.
26、"Where tax officials collude with taxpayers or withholding agents, or instigate or assist the same to commit the offenses specified in Article 40, 41, 42 and 44 of this Law, a punishment shall be imposed in accordance with the provisions regarding joint offenses stipulated in the Criminal Law."
27、"Where tax officials collude with taxpayers or withholding agents, or instigate or assist the same to commit the offenses specified in Article 40, 41, 42 and 44 of this Law, a punishment shall be imposed in accordance with the provisions regarding joint offenses stipulated in the Criminal Law."