fomentation


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Samir was speaking from Israeli prison yesterday about the Israeli fomentation of the internal Palestinian divide "in order to further ensure that no contiguous state is possible and that the negotiating position is even weaker than it has been.
It is something to do with the fomentation process of slabs.
Lewis goes on to postulate that the widespread feeling of humiliation among the Muslims of the Middle East is a sine qua non for the fomentation of anti-Western hostilities which exist throughout the region.
A city ordinance forbids someone from hiring a person of the opposite sex for "any massage, any alcohol rub or similar treatment, any fomentation, any bath or any electric or magnetic treatment.
But even though Mourinho has turned the dramatic gesture and the fomentation of controversy into a heightened art-form, he bristled when it was suggested he and O'Neill shared much in common.
But even though Mourinho has turned the dramatic gesture and the fomentation of controversy into a heightened art form he bristled when it was suggested he and O'Neill shared much in common.
The result is the fomentation of an identity that functions as a refuge and reaction to those trends.
Or the most recent fomentation - all because an Artest (Ron) fashions himself an Artist (R&B).