disruption[ dis-ruhp-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF disruption
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It should be mentioned that the city of Elis had previously been in a state of disruption.
All the disruption and distress going before had been news; this was disaster.
In Italy the disruption was even more marked than in the north.
The bending over or disruption of the ice, causing it to pile.
More than once the Confederation seemed on the point of disruption.
Paul recognized one of the latter as a lady who had caused the disruption of a kingdom.
Instead of preventing a disruption of his party, Jackson had only hastened the event.
But this woman movement is towards the perfecting of life, not towards the disruption of it.
The organization of the Republican party of Arkansas was on the eve of disruption.
A junction with the government might save them from disruption.
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