What is incite?

  • (verb): Provoke or stir up.
    Example: "Incite a riot"
    Synonyms: instigate, set off, stir up
    See also — Additional definitions below

INCITE

The Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program is operated by the Argonne and Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facilities and awards sizeable allocations (typically millions of processor hours per project) on some of the world's most powerful supercomputers to address grand challenges in science and engineering, such as developing new energy solutions and gaining a better understanding of climate change resulting from energy use.

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Incite Pictures
... Incite Pictures is a documentary film production company located in New York City ... Incite Pictures is the for profit arm of Cine Qua Non, a non-profit organization ...
INCITE! Women Of Color Against Violence - Projects
... INCITE! works on several local and national campaigns including organizing against police violence against women and trans people of color, for community-based strategies to hold people engaged in abusive ... INCITE! helped to establish the Boarding School Healing Project, a project that organizes Native Americans to hold the U.S ... In 2004, INCITE! launched SisterFire, a national tour of women of color artists using creative cultural methods to engage other women of color on a number of issues, including war, reproductive ...
Incitement - The actus Reus
... incitement is intercepted, there is only an attempt to incite (see R v Banks (1873) 12 Cox CC 393) ... He was convicted of an attempt to incite another (ESV) to distribute indecent photographs because the offer to buy amounted to an inducement to ESV to commit a crime ... In Race Relations Board v Applin, Lord Denning stated that a person may incite another to do an act by threatening or by pressure, as well as by persuasion ...
Australian Sedition Law - Incitement
... At common law it is unlawful to incite a crime ... crimes of incitement and conspiracy, making it an offence to incite, urge, aid or encourage or print or publish any writing which incites to, urges, aids or encourages the commission of offences against any ... would therefore be punishable as a crime, although incitement to incite sedition is specifically not a criminal act under the Code ...
INCITE - Future
... In 2010, The Leadership Computing Facilities at Argonne and Oak Ridge National Laboratories will provide over one billion processor hours to the INCITE program. ...

More definitions of "incite":

  • (verb): Urge on; cause to act.
    Synonyms: prod, egg on

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    There is something that Governments care for far more than human life, and that is the security of property, and so it is through property that we shall strike the enemy.... Be militant each in your own way.... I incite this meeting to rebellion.
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    Dreams come true; without that possibility, nature would not incite us to have them.
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