In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- That detention, according to authorities, was for his own safety, which later changed when he was charged with fomenting violence.
- He told the Post that military action would foment a political crisis in the Middle East, which, he said, could ignite the rise of radicalism.
- This has already had the effect of increasing tensions and is fomenting political hatred.
- It is used to foment fear and political disorientation as a means of pushing through policies that were previously politically unthinkable.
- They could use their combat skills to foment a violent revolution.
- Some sharp-tongued commentators even take delight in instigating crowds and fomenting a rebellion.
- The economic crisis fomented significant unrest in both countries, leading to a rise in nationalist fervor and rhetoric.
- The fairies created fairy dust to foment, or stir up trouble.
- These religious schools still preach an insidious doctrine that foments the sectarian violence that is increasingly a threat to the stability of Pakistan.
- The same is true as we now try to deport people who are inciting hatred and fomenting extremism in the Muslim community.
- Nuclear weapons research went on, but beyond the public gaze and without any open attempt to foment jingoism or gain political mileage.
- Likewise, religious extremists who foment violence should have their speech restricted.
- But by the same token, it's not a good thing for them to be fomenting world opinion against us either.
- If the mediascape is not open and pluralistic, these viewpoints may leave the democratic sphere and foment violence.
- But the government is surely watching, aware that Internet discussions can foment unrest.
- In fact, we think she's a Utopian sent to foment unrest within the Confederacy.
- The question, of course, is ‘Will he foment violence?’
- The working class must reject all such attempts to foment nationalist sentiments in the name of defending the welfare state.
- Most people can sense a ‘grand design’ to bring Indonesia to its knees by fomenting violence and unrest across the archipelago.
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