The Instagram posting touched off
a wave of reactions from more than 200 Instagram followers, ranging from admiration to outrage.
Reuters said interest by the funds was touched off
by a June research note from Citigroup analyst Faisel Khan claiming TransCanada could be worth more than $69 per share if the company spun off its power business and formed a master limited partnership for its U.S.
Lightning strikes have touched off
thousands of forest fires, testing the mostly volunteer fire brigades.
He's actually very consistent when getting his conditions and arguably put in a career best when touched off
at Ayr last time.
The Cape Cross colt showed top-class form as a two-year-old when he won the Mill Reef Stakes, after which he was just touched off
by Reckless Abandon.
The list has touched off
a fierce debate in the nearly bankrupt country after governments failed to use it to check for possible tax evasion by rich depositors.
Toshiba last reduced production of NAND flash memories after the 2009 financial crisis touched off
a global economic downturn.
David Barron's three-year-old has been in good nick this winter and was only narrowly touched off
at Southwell last time.
by Katchit in the big race last March, Osanahadbeen off the track since going down to course specialist Al Eile at Aintree the following month.
Borderlescott, trained by Robin Bastiman, was desperately unlucky in his quest to land back-to-back renewals of the race and was just touched off
having looked every inch the winner entering the final furlong.
The latter have touched off
a wave of protests that are making politicians and traffic cops nervous.
Ahmadinejad to the session touched off
a rare outcry of protest in an organization whose meetings are usually as staid as the portraits of long-forgotten diplomats on its walls," observed the New York Times.