And that was before their government botched the flotilla interception, triggering a wave of international condemnation.
For want of a nail, the shoe was lost, triggering a chain of events that leads to much greater debacles.
The question is, will it still be triggering dance-floor stampedes in a decade?
The head movements are capable of triggering a diverse range of “inputs” into a device.
When consumers fail in large numbers, companies fail as well, triggering layoffs and more suffering.
The project had met with stiff grassroots opposition inside the country, triggering rare street protests in Rangoon.
triggering the revolt was an innocuous-seeming fare increase of about nine cents for public transportation in São Paulo.
Roundtree, now 54, blames his service in the Gulf for triggering intense flashbacks of the shelling of Beirut.
The expectation of education or therapeutics gave way to triggering excitement, more obliquely sexual excitement.
Regulation of breeding schedules in birds always involves some exogenous, environmental timing or triggering mechanism.
To ornament or adorn, often garishly •Also tricked-out as an adjective: He tricked out his ride