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inflame

(ĭn-flām′)
v. in·flamed, in·flaming, in·flames
v.tr.
To produce inflammation in (a tissue or organ).
v.intr.
To be affected by inflammation.

in·flam′er n.
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State Minister for Media Affairs and Government Spokesman, Mohammed al-Momani, said the Israeli occupation authorities are using military force against the caretakers and guards Al-Aqsa Mosque in order to help Jewish extremists who have no goal but to the desecrate the holy mosque and inflame Muslim passions.
The "Governator" would have been hard pressed to find any candidate more certain to inflame and alienate the people who elected him to office.
What edification comes from an "avenging angel" when I have a resurrected God--except to inflame, and thereby distort, Jesus' message?
At the same time, some advocates of challenges to concentration will launch unreasonable, ill-advised movements that will serve mostly to inflame further political passions.
Too much alcohol, for example, can inflame the lining of the stomach -- meaning that the natural acid already present can inflame the stomach and cause pain.
Michael Moore, director of the Southwest School of Botanical Medicine in Bisbee, Arizona, adds that standard over-the-counter antihistamines can give women slow, crampy periods and can inflame the prostate in some men.
The testimony only served to inflame the rural jury, death penalty opponents claimed.
Nothing should be done to inflame matters, and China will handle the issue as a responsible major power, he added.
While some Israeli policies may reduce short-term casualties among Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), other Israeli policies stir up hostility that can help inflame Palestinians.
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And since getting trounced in last year's special election, Schwarzenegger has seemed understandably weary about confronting any issue likely to inflame the state's public-employee unions.
Cellular debris builds up into plaques, and immune cells called leukocytes inflame the damaged area.