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provoked and outraged
He had been outraged by Jinnah's Direct Action campaign, which had provoked communal violence across India and by the viceroy's vetoes of his home department's plans to stop the violence on the grounds of constitutionality.
After the war, Ewing was appointed by President Andrew Johnson to a third post as Secretary of War in 1868 following the firing of Edwin M. Stanton but the Senate, still outraged at Johnson's firing of Stanton — which had provoked Johnson's impeachment — refused to act on the nomination.
The veto of the UK's entry, by Charles de Gaulle, in 1963 provoked an outraged response from the Economist, which in its editorials predicted the unravelling of European institutions.

provoked and editorials
During the period surrounding the 1890 Ghost Dance movement and Wounded Knee Massacre, Baum wrote two editorials about Native Americans for the Aberdeen Saturday Pioneer which have provoked great controversy in recent times because of his suggestion that the safety of White settlers depended on the " extermination " of the remaining Indians.
* 2002: Alex Raksin and Bob Sipchen, Los Angeles Times, " for their comprehensive and powerfully-written editorials exploring the issues and dilemmas provoked by mentally ill people dwelling on the streets.
** Alex Raksin and Bob Sipchen of the Los Angeles Times, for their comprehensive and powerfully written editorials exploring the issues and dilemmas provoked by mentally ill people dwelling on the streets.

provoked and when
It certainly maintained strong Phoenician sympathies, for it was its refusal to join the philhellene league of Onesilos of Salamis which provoked the revolt of Cyprus from Achaemenid Persia in 500-494BC, when Amathus was besieged unsuccessfully and avenged itself by the capture and execution of Onesilos.
Belief in conspiracy theories has become a topic of interest for sociologists, psychologists and experts in folklore since at least the 1960s, when the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy eventually provoked an unprecedented public response directed against the official version of the case as expounded in the Report of the Warren Commission.
" Life caught unawares " means to record life when surprised, and perhaps provoked, by the presence of a camera.
Before long, scientific inquiries provoked by his claims had pushed back the age of the earth into the millions of yearsstill too short when compared with the accepted 4. 6 billion year age in the 21st century, but a distinct improvement.
An effort to promote visibility from 1991 to 1992 provoked the government to declare homosexuality illegal in 1994, effectively ending the movement, until 2004, when Grupo Safo – Grupo de Mujeres Lesbianas de Nicaragua was created, four years before homosexuality became legal again.
Frustration provoked an aborted Liberal revolt in 1891 that produced changes in 1893, when war minister General Juan B. Egusquiza overthrew Caballero's chosen president, Juan G. González.
The Liberal government also provoked criticism when it forced Franco, by then a national hero, to retire from the army.
The SEALs however are surrounded and gunned down by Hummel's marines in a shower room after SEAL Commander Anderson ( Michael Biehn ) refuses to surrender ( the fight is provoked by Marine Captains Frye and Darrow, later revealed to be following Hummel only for the money instead of honor ), leaving only Mason and Goodspeed alive when they remained in the tunnels while the SEALs confronted the marines.
He eventually became something more of a romantic hero around the 18th century, when his popularity provoked the Harlequinade.
This situation continued until an incident at a funeral held at St. Kevin's Cemetery in 1823 provoked public outcry when a Protestant sexton reprimanded a Catholic priest for proceeding to perform a limited version of a funeral mass.
Unlike his friends, humble Mo has happily settled down with a family, but still does have a temper when provoked.
Some attacks are provoked, such as when hunters wound a boar which then counterattacks them.
It is later revealed that this arrest was anticipated and provoked by his fellow conspirators to gain emotional support from Loonies when the arrest is announced.
Aetius ' death came 21 September 454, when the Emperor Valentinian provoked a quarrel with him that ended with the Emperor killing Aetius with his own sword.
Indeed, when Lu Xun tried to intervene to protect Sun He, Sun Ba falsely accused him of many crimes, and Sun Quan became provoked so much that he repeatedly rebuked Lu, causing Lu to die in anger.
Periodically robbed of their honey by human " honey hunters ", colonies are easily capable of stinging a human being to death when provoked.
Also, males are more likely to retaliate when provoked to gain recognition ; females are less likely to retaliate in a violent way because they are shielded by moral sense.
In 523 Clotilde finally took revenge for the murder of her father, when she incited her sons against her cousin King Sigismund of Burgundy, the son of Gundobad, and provoked the Burgundian War, which led to Sigismund's deposition and imprisonment, and his assassination the following year.
In addition to the paper's usual satirical attacks on Christianity, this edition also featured several articles which mocked Islam, and a reproduction of the cartoon illustrations of the prophet Mohammed which provoked international protest when they first appeared in Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten in September 2005.
For example, in " The Trouble With Tribbles ", Scott stands idly by and even keeps Chekov from starting any trouble as a Klingon insults Kirk ; however, Scott is finally provoked into violence when the Klingon insults the Enterprise herself.
", often provoked a stunned, screeching sort of laughter among the live studio audience ; many of them, seeing the show performed for the first time in person, did not know that the actor voicing Beulah was neither black nor female, and expressed their surprise when Hurt delivered his line.
Painted over three summers ending in 1912, it became famous when it provoked a scandal in the USA.
* Calvin found it intolerable “ when a person is accused of blasphemy, to lay the blame on the ebullition of passion, as if God were to endure the penalty whenever we are provoked .”
Muldoon refused to accept official advice that devaluation was the only way to stop the currency crisis and provoked a brief constitutional crisis when he initially declined to implement the incoming government ’ s instruction that he devalue.

provoked and after
Two days after Theodosius arrived in Constantinople, 24 November 380, he expelled the Homoiousian bishop, Demophilus of Constantinople, and surrendered the churches of that city to Gregory Nazianzus, the leader of the rather small Nicene community there, an act which provoked rioting.
His controversial works provoked many replies, and were studied for some decades after his death.
People with seizures that occur only after specific precipitants (" provoked seizures "), have " epilepsies " that fall into this category.
Catherine the Great extended Russian political control over the Polish – Lithuanian Commonwealth with actions including the support of the Targowica Confederation, although the cost of her campaigns, on top of the oppressive social system that required lords ' serfs to spend almost all of their time laboring on the lords ' land, provoked a major peasant uprising in 1773, after Catherine legalized the selling of serfs separate from land.
Jewish and Arab communities fought each other violently in campaigns of attacks, retaliations and counter-retaliations which provoked around 800 deaths after 2 months.
Hadrian built a pagan idol on the Temple grounds and prohibited circumcision ; these acts of ethnocide provoked the Bar Kokhba revolt 132 – 136 CE after which the Romans banned the study of the Torah and the celebration of Jewish holidays, and forcibly removed virtually all Jews from Judea.
As his reformist zeal provoked resentment, he was compelled to return to Rome in 1550, where, after having been employed in several inquisitorial missions, he was elected to the commissariat of the Holy Office.
Ongoing struggles over the control of Sicily provoked lengthy naval warfare: after the Sicilian Vespers rebellion, the French Angevins struggled against Aragon for control of the island.
Low rents in the city's periphery, during the two decades after the Second World War ( 1939 – 1945 ), provoked continuous diversions of city housing capital for the development of suburbs and rural areas.
This failure to exploit the victory to his nobles ' satisfaction provoked growing opposition to Władysław's regime after 1411, further fuelled by the granting of Podolia, disputed between Poland and Lithuania, to Vytautas, and by the king's two-year absence in Lithuania.
That increase has provoked ethical concerns about the interpretation of " irreversible " since " patients may still be alive five or even 10 minutes after cardiac arrest because, theoretically, their hearts could be restarted, thus are clearly not dead because their condition was reversible.
The Greek Town Riot in 1909 flared after increased Greek immigration, Greeks ' working as strikebreakers, and the killing of an Irish policeman provoked violence among earlier immigrants such as ethnic Irish.
He then goes to the beach to visit Karl, who, after being provoked, seemingly attacks Richard and runs off into the jungle.
It was later speculated by Luke and Mara Jade Skywalker, after the events of Outbound Flight, that there was another Thrawn clone loose somewhere in the galaxy who had arranged the Vagaari attack in Chiss space at the remains of the Outbound Flight Project, so that the Chiss could be deliberately provoked into dealing with them once and for all.
It is reported by Plutarch, that the lenient discipline of the troops under Scipio's command, and the exaggerated expense incurred by the general, provoked the protest of Cato ; that Scipio immediately afterwards replied angrily, saying he would give an account of victories, not of money ; that Cato left his place of duty after the dispute with Scipio about his alleged extravagance, and returning to Rome, condemned the uneconomical activities of his general to the senate ; and that, at the joint request of Cato and Fabius, a commission of tribunes was sent to Sicily to examine the behavior of Scipio, who was found not guilty upon the view of his extensive and careful arrangements for the transport of the troops.
However, after being provoked to anger by Oedipus ' accusation first that he has no foresight and then that Tiresias had had a hand in the murder, he reveals that in fact it was Oedipus himself who had ( unwittingly ) committed the crime.
The attack, and others perpetrated in the following weeks, provoked fierce reprisals, culminating in the execution of 98 hostages after the Feldkommandant of Nantes was shot on 20 October.
Denis Charles Pratt was born in Sutton, Surrey, the fourth child of solicitor Spencer Charles Pratt ( 1871 – 1931 ) and former governess Frances Marion Pratt ( née Phillips ) ( 1873 – 1960 ); he changed his name to Quentin Crisp in his twenties, after leaving home and cultivating his outlandishly effeminate appearance to a standard that both shocked contemporary Londoners and provoked homophobic attacks.
The defense successfully argued that Edwards, who had 56 previous convictions and had been on parole for 11 days, was provoked into beating McNee after he violated their " no touching " agreement.
In September 2003, former Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze made a last minute decision not to sign this agreement with the Vatican after a protest rally took place in Tbilisi, provoked from and backed by the Georgian Orthodox Church.
The Sudeten Germans were under instruction from Hitler to avoid a compromise, and after the SdP held demonstrations that provoked police action
In July 1941, U. S. troops entered Iceland on the invitation of Sveinn's government and remained, in reduced numbers, after the war ; their continued presence provoked the main controversy of the nation's postwar foreign policy.
However, after the war, the Red Fort trials of captured INA officers in India provoked massive public outcries in support of their efforts to fight for Indian independence against the Raj, eventually triggering the Bombay mutiny in the British Indian forces.

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