disruption

  1. an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity
  2. a disorderly outburst or tumult
  3. an event that results in a displacement or discontinuity
  4. the act of causing disorder

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Disruption

Disruption in the context of radical change due to the introduction of a new idea driving a different way of doing things is a revolutionary change as opposed to an evolutionary change. For example: Dick Fosbury was a high jump athlete, who went over the bar backwards as opposed to the forwards style practiced up to that time. As a result, he brok...
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Disruption

• (n.) The act or rending asunder, or the state of being rent asunder or broken in pieces; breach; rent; dilaceration; rupture; as, the disruption of rocks in an earthquake; disruption of a state.
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disruption

<radiobiology> Plasma instabilities (usually oscillatory modes) sometimes grow and cause disruptions of the carefully-engineered plasma conditions in the reactor. Major disruptions can cause an abrupt temperature drop and the termination of the plasma. ... Stored energy in the plasma is rapidly dumped into the rest of the plasma system (vacuu...
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disruption

(dis-rup´shәn) a morphologic defect of an organ or larger region of the body, resulting from the extrinsic breakdown of, or interference with, an originally normal developmental process.
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disruption

(from the article `congenital disorder`) Disruptions are a group of congenital disorders that result from environmental disturbances of the processes of blastogenesis and organogenesis. ...
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disruption

perturbation noun the act of causing disorder
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Disruption

[adoption] Disruption is ending an adoption. While technically an adoption is disrupted only when it is abandoned by the adopting parent or parents before it is legally completed (an adoption that is reversed after that point is instead referred to in the law as having been dissolved), in practice the term is used for all adoptions that are...
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Disruption

Dis·rup'tion noun [ Latin disruptio , diruptio .] The act or rending asunder, or the state of being rent asunder or broken in pieces; breach; rent; dilaceration; rupture; as, the disruption of rocks in an earthquake; disruption of a state.
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disruption

an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity
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disruption

an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity
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Disruption

An adoption or potential adoption that fails before finalization.
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disruption

disruption 1. The act of causing disorder. 2. An event that results in a displacement or discontinuity. 3. A disorderly outburst or tumult. 4. An act of delaying or interrupting a continuity.
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disruption

[n] - the act of causing disorder
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