INCITE

The Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program is operated by the Argonne and Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facilities and awards sizeable allocations (typically millions of processor hours per project) on some of the world`s most powerful supercomputers to address grand challenges in science and engineer.
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incite

stir up rouse 
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incite

[v] - provoke or stir up
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Incite

In·cite' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Incited ; present participle & verbal noun Inciting .] [ Latin incitare ; prefix in- in + citare to rouse, stir up: confer French inciter . See Cite
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incite

To move to action; to stir up; to rouse; to spur or urge on. 'Anthiochus, when he incited Prusias to join in war, set before him the greatness of the Romans.' (Bacon) 'No blown ambition doth our arms incite.' (Shak) ... Synonym: Excite, stimulate, instigate, spur, goad, arouse, move, urge, rouse, provoke, encourage, prompt, animate. See Excite. ...
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incite

instigate verb provoke or stir up; `incite a riot`; `set off great unrest among the people`
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Incite

• (v. t.) To move to action; to stir up; to rouse; to spur or urge on.
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incite

incite 1. To stir up feelings in, or provoke action, by someone. 2. To urge on and to cause someone to act. 3. To provoke, to urge on, and to give an incentive for action. 4. Etymology: from Middle French enciter (14th century); from Latom incitare, 'to put into rapid motion, to urge, to encourage, to stimulate'; from in-, 'on' + citare, 'to mov
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