An insight is something you have: an understanding of something, a bright idea about something. To incite is to do something: to stimulate some action or other to be taken. You can never have an incite.
Blaze's Ikner goes from tryout prospect to AFL starter SALT LAKE CITY – As is tradition the morning of every road game for the Utah Blaze, players and coaches gathered in the meeting room of the visiting hotel for an overview of that night’s matchup. Rather than incite inspiration using his own words, c oach Ron James opened the floor to his players, allowing them to opportunity to express their own motivations. read more
June 15, 2013 - Standard-Examiner
The Diner's Guide To Tipping There are certain topics that are guaranteed to incite passionate responses. Discussing controversial issues such as religion or politics is bound to land you in, at the least, a spirited debate. Oddly, you'll find that similar vigor and vitriol enters the conversation when discussing tipping etiquette, especially if you bring it up around those in the restaurant industry. The debate over who ...
June 15, 2013 - Forbes
Author Hopes to Lead Readers “Into the Calm” Gleyder A. Dominquez’s “Despues Llegara La Calma” is a book meant to soothe, not incite. (PRWeb June 13, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/GleyderADominquez/DespuesLlegaraLaCalma/prweb10830045.htm
June 14, 2013 - PRWeb