Prepositions after "provoke"
provoke by, in, at, into or to?
|In 65% of cases provoke by is used|
|Of course also provoked by the likes of Iran.|
|In other words, the death was not provoked by violence.|
|We will be provoked by Mark Anielski, our keynote speaker.|
|The event was interrupted by the young nationalist who felt provoked by the Human Library, its aim and objectives.|
|However, the overall mood suggests otherwise: the love is provoked by the city boy, an imaginative response to his moment of humiliation.|
|Nonviolent resistance movements create much more durable and internally peaceful democracies than transitions provoked by violent insurgencies.|
|What makes that most clear? That s/he was loved! This train of thought was provoked by the death of a duck called Baltimore by those of us who loved him.|
|Not long ago in a settlement of Huesca near Barbastro twenty-five members of the UGT were killed by the anarchists in a surprise attack provoked by unknown reasons.|
|It is most common in men over 40 years, and probably represents ischaemic damage due to pressure on sun- and/or cold-damaged skin and cartilage, provoked by lying on it at night.|
|In 8% of cases provoke in is used|
|And you don't want to provoke in your customer frustration or anger.|
|In 6% of cases provoke at is used|
|He got provoked at slightest instance.|
|An interesting piece and quite thought provoking at a number of levels.|
|In 6% of cases provoke into is used|
|Do not be provoked into retaliating.|
|In 2% of cases provoke like is used|
|I think the whole idea is stupid and that the bulls should not be provoked like this.|
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