I wish I could be acquainted with the feelings and thoughts which must agitate the heart and present themselves to the mind of an enlightened Englishman, when he first lands on this continent.
Now the destination is the vast world of the Web, and the computer industry says the fast - boot systems cater to an information - addicted society that is agitated by even a moment of downtime.
The cat will self agitate and make ample suds. (Never mind the noises that come from the toilet, the cat is actually enjoying this.)
As for the third and real theme of the student movement, coming to grips with the Nazi past, I felt so removed from the other students that I had no desire to agitate and demonstrate with them.
Then, with the handle either still attached or removed, the ball becomes a plaything that users can roll, kick and have fun with to agitate the clothing within.
In Washington, it is often fear of China's increasing military strength that gets lawmakers and top government officials to agitate against deals.
They can agitate, by pointing out the effects of modern war and the danger of the extinction of Man.
A rift has opened between those who want to agitate for immediate action and those who want a sunnier relationship with their president.
In the meantime, people like Allen Frances will agitate for the number of diagnoses and their scope to be reduced.
Not only does this statement depart from India’s historic NPT opposition, but it also could agitate nuclear diplomacy in 2010.