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Sometimes, even before shots are fired, Interrupters can predict and avert crisis, according to Slutkin.

In Chicago, studies show a reduction in shootings and killings in the range of 41-73% across the neighborhoods with Interrupters.

“The Interrupters and Hoop Dreams are two of the most amazing documentaries ever,” Martin adds.

The interrupters were turbulent, aggressive, out of order, being desperate men fighting for life.

"Those current interrupters are the things which have since become known as transmitters," explained Mr. Hazen.

Impatient and derisive exclamations were hurled at him; men sitting near M'Ginnis shouted back at the interrupters.

But I took care to keep my interrupters in parley till a sufficient mob was collected, and then I produced my colours.

His feverish, stubborn rhetoric ended by exhausting his interrupters, who were compelled to listen to him.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to interrupters, such as: botherers, cheap seats, hecklers, paradise, second balcony, and the gods.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.