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  • n  someone who deliberately foments trouble

  • It was not, Federal Judge Robert Merhige insisted, a penalty so much as an expensive thought provoker.
  • His laugh-provoker is the Bawl Street Journal, a bawdy scapegrace parody of the highly reputable Wall Street Journal.
  • Whether such an event could be survived remains to be seen, but I really do feel the movie could be a thought-provoker in this area.
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  • Seahawk CB Wins Game; Goes Nuts in Post-Game Interview
    SEATTLE (WTVO) -- Richard Sherman is known for being a loud-mouth provoker. However, after his deflection-turned-interception that sealed a bid to Super Bowl XLVIII for the Seattle Seahawks, he spoke about his dislike for San Francisco 49ers WR Michael Crabtree. Here's the transcript: Richard Sherman: "Well, I'm the best corne in the game! When you try me with a sorry receiver like Crabtree ...
    Jan. 20, 2014 - WTVO - WQRF Rockford

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