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Sense and Sensibility
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  • By whom can he have been instigated?
  • They passed some months in great happiness at Dawlish; for she had many relations and old acquaintances to cut—and he drew several plans for magnificent cottages;— and from thence returning to town, procured the forgiveness of Mrs. Ferrars, by the simple expedient of asking it, which, at Lucy’s instigation, was adopted.

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  • The group is accused of instigating the violence in the area.
  • She does not think the current leadership will instigate significant social reform.

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