Provocation and provoke may refer to:
- Provocation (legal), a type of legal defense in court which claims the "victim" provoked the accused's actions
- Agent provocateur, a (generally political) group that tries to goad a desired response from the group or otherwise disrupt its activity
- Provocation test, a way of medical testing for conditions such as an allergy by provoking the immune system's response
- Provoke (album), a 1998 album by Altar and their final release on Displeased Records
- Provoked (film), a 2007 British film starring Aishwarya Rai and Naveen Andrews
- Provoked (album), a 2008 album by Henry Rollins
- Provoked, a hardcore punk band from Minnesota, US formed in early 2000s.
- Provoked, a Hip Hop Artist/Radio Host/TV Host/Community Activist from Coachella Valley, California since 2006.
- Provoke (horse) a Thoroughbred recehorse
Other articles related to "provocation":
... At common law, acts of provocation had to be actual violence towards the defendant, words could not amount to provocation ... had to actually been provoked, and second the provocation had to be such as would have made the reasonable man act as the defendant did ... The Homicide Act 1957 removed all limits on what could amount to provocation and allowed it to include provocation from someone other than the victim, and ...
... This was deemed a provocation by the Russians, instigated by the first secretary of the British embassy in Constantinople David Urquhart ...
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... Main article Provocation in English law See also Provocation (legal) Provocation in English law was abolished on 4 October 2010 by section 56(1) of the Coroners and Justice Act 2009 ...
... There can be active and passive provocation agents ... A double agent may serve as a means through which a provocation can be mounted against a person, an organization, an intelligence or security service, or ... The provocation might be aimed at identifying members of the other service, at diverting it to less important objectives, at tying up or wasting its ...
Famous quotes containing the word provocation:
“For I choose that my remembrances of him should be pleasing, affecting, religious. I will love him as a glorified friend, after the free way of friendship, and not pay him a stiff sign of respect, as men do to those whom they fear. A passage read from his discourses, a moving provocation to works like his, any act or meeting which tends to awaken a pure thought, a flow of love, an original design of virtue, I call a worthy, a true commemoration.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“The vice named surrealism is the immoderate and impassioned use of the stupefacient image or rather of the uncontrolled provocation of the image for its own sake and for the element of unpredictable perturbation and of metamorphosis which it introduces into the domain of representation; for each image on each occasion forces you to revise the entire Universe.”
—Louis Aragon (18971982)