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THE end of the eighteenth century was a period of disrupting empires and disillusioned expansionists.

The undermining action of rivers will greatly intensify this disintegrating and disrupting process.

The end of the eighteenth century was a period of disrupting empires and disillusioned expansionists.

A ferocious, self-seeking atheistic materialism is disrupting Christendom.

They had also succeeded in disrupting the friendship of Vatadono and Nobunaga.

The Jesuits, 1534-1921Thomas J. Campbell

He called and told me that interference was disrupting the program.

Joy RideMark Meadows

Both felt that the thin edge of what might have been a disrupting wedge had threatened their complete harmony.

The Tyranny of WeaknessCharles Neville Buck

It was as if a disrupting spirit had, somehow, crept into Randall.

Is it inconceivable that there should be an undiscovered explosive capable of disrupting the globe?

I have just heard on the gramophone, some Grieg, and it has charged my happiness with disrupting voltage of desire.

The Journal of a Disappointed ManWilhelm Nero Pilate Barbellion

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