(1) In fact, we think she's a Utopian sent to foment unrest within the Confederacy.(2) He told the Post that military action would foment a political crisis in the Middle East, which, he said, could ignite the rise of radicalism.(3) The question, of course, is ├ö├ç├┐Will he foment violence?├ö├ç├û(4) The working class must reject all such attempts to foment nationalist sentiments in the name of defending the welfare state.(5) Likewise, religious extremists who foment violence should have their speech restricted.(6) If the mediascape is not open and pluralistic, these viewpoints may leave the democratic sphere and foment violence.(7) The fairies created fairy dust to foment , or stir up trouble.(8) Nuclear weapons research went on, but beyond the public gaze and without any open attempt to foment jingoism or gain political mileage.(9) But the government is surely watching, aware that Internet discussions can foment unrest.(10) It is used to foment fear and political disorientation as a means of pushing through policies that were previously politically unthinkable.(11) They could use their combat skills to foment a violent revolution.(12) This has already had the effect of increasing tensions and is fomenting political hatred.(13) That detention, according to authorities, was for his own safety, which later changed when he was charged with fomenting violence.(14) On the other, they have seen them as fomenters of sectarian discord in what should be the united Arab nation.(15) Socialists and communists (despite their own macho inclinations) were seen as the fomenters of feminine indiscipline.(16) Foment the limb with cloths immersed in a strong decoction of hops, and repeat two or three times a day.