The action or process of instigating an action or event: he was deported in 1891 for his instigation and support of the protest
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- My investigations never indicated any evidence of extreme right-wing instigation or co-ordination of events that night.
- But he insists that it was at the woman's instigation, and said he was ‘stunned, disgusted and embarrassed’ by what she did.
- It criminalises open instigation of terrorism and terror threats, and sets out a definition of the term ‘organised crime’.
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