Union Carbide has long claimed the blast was triggered by employee sabotage.
The ouster of Muammar Gaddafi last year triggered the return of thousands of Libyan exiles.
Moreover, in past years Supreme Court nominations have often triggered firestorms.
Primarily because it features “tiers,” which triggered a lot of knee-jerk “wedding cake” remarks.
But the proposed law has triggered a wave of anger across the political spectrum in Egypt.
And they did not doubt that Kallee had, in some way, triggered the scales against them.
The associations had triggered the wrong words into existence.
After another minute, he felt the vibration of the Scavenger's motors, and he knew that his snare had been triggered.
He aimed to the windward of the intersecting lines and triggered the nozzle.
Rip pulled a tube from his belt, held it overhead, and triggered it.
To ornament or adorn, often garishly •Also tricked-out as an adjective: He tricked out his ride