Zamora was handsome, passionate, and used his time on The Real World to educate and agitate.
Their leaders said some 20,000 people turned out to agitate in the Russian capital; officials put the number lower, around 8,000.
When they are out of power Republicans agitate to cut taxes and oppose tax increases.
An American first lady was embracing a brand known for its willingness to push boundaries, to agitate, and even to offend.
He is always calling on “we,” “the population,” or “the people” to rally in the streets and agitate for a better future.
Now, my dear sir, as to the questions which agitate the 101 minds of thousands in your country.
In 1831, a movement was on foot to agitate the question of abolishing slavery.
We cannot be judges of his policy, or the great events which agitate Europe.
I see how the questions that agitate this country interest you.
“I beg of you not to so agitate yourself,” said Elvira Gordon.