Noun(1) one who agitates; a political troublemaker
(1) The conveying unit includes an agitator rotated about a rotary shaft and a conveying sheet fixed to the agitator and scooping up and conveying toner to the toner replenishing roller.(2) In short, it can encourage faith in the professional negotiator rather than the revolutionary agitator .(3) an activist and agitator who fought for striking miners(4) He was a constant agitator against the Communist government that rose to power in 1948, and was jailed for nine months in 1950 for one of his writings.(5) The agitator or pulsator is a propeller-like device, usually a concave disc fixed to the center, that creates the vertical-axis rotating action.(6) The G family of alloys has excellent resistance to phosphoric acid and has been used in wet-process phosphoric acid evaporators, agitator shafts, pumps, and in the handling of superphosphoric acid.(7) Pressure at the spray nozzles is determined by the setting of the agitator control valve and the pressure regulator, the capacity of the pump and the pressure loss in lines and fittings between the pressure gauge and the nozzles.(8) Arguing and bickering wasn't going to change her tormentors' mind set, and Selina, for one, was not an agitator nor instigator.(9) Inadequate agitation can result if the agitator control valve is not adjusted properly or if the pump has inadequate capacity.(10) a political agitator(11) It is the soldier, not the agitator , who has given us the freedom to protest.(12) I can turn on any agitator or pump with this system.(13) Less well known is the fact that she was a Communist and an agitator all her adult life, campaigning against war and exploitation.(14) And, they portray the quest for human rights as the subversion of law and order by foreign agitators and enemies of true religion.(15) They were agitators , fomenting revolution and stirring up the working class, and they had to be taught a lesson.(16) But for many the policy evokes a chapter of the country's history they would wish to forget - the McCarthy-inspired witch-hunts of the 1950s, aimed at rooting out communist agitators .
1. troublemaker ::
2. rabble-rouser ::
3. agent provocateur ::
4. demagogue ::
5. incendiary ::
6. revolutionary ::
7. firebrand ::
8. rebel ::
9. insurgent ::
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