Prepositions after "instigate"
instigate by, against, as, in or into?
|In 84% of cases instigate by is used|
|It is an inspired pairing, instigated by the guitarist.|
|The Beveridge Report (by a Liberal) was instigated by Churchill (a Tory).|
|Sihanouk considered the 1970 coup instigated by General Lon Nol as treason.|
|This prohibition unlike the original porhibition of alcohol was not instigated by the people but by one man in the FBI.|
|His resentment was further instigated by those who wanted to put the army in bad light; they constantly fed him with propagandist views.|
|However, I think a lot of the breast cancer awareness/fundraisers etc are instigated by survivers and their families banding together for a cause.|
|These were instigated by Obama's education supremo Arne Duncan while he was Chicago schools chief, and are now being rolled out by Mayor Rahm Emanuel.|
|The Olympic anthem was specially performed by soprano Anastasia Zannis -- a very touching moment, and Greece's National Anthem instigated by Archbishop Gregarious leading the chorus.|
|Bo, at his news conference last month, said allegations against his family had been instigated by gangsters he had targeted in a high-profile crackdown on organized crime in Chongqing.|
|In 6% of cases instigate against is used|
|Not unlike the Shutzstaffel and the series of brutal pogroms instigated against the Jewish people, continued Owens.|
|In 3% of cases instigate as is used|
|This is often one situation which appears to be instigated as a consequence of win32k.|
|In 3% of cases instigate in is used|
|That means it has to be instigated in a civil lawsuit, not by the police.|
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