disruption disruption /dɪs ˈrəp ʃən/
- (n) an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity
- (n) a disorderly outburst or tumult
- (n) an event that results in a displacement or discontinuity
- (n) the act of causing disorder
- The salient issue, says study co-author Fred Turek, may be the disruption of the body's internal clock, known as the circadian rhythm.
- A professor of environmental health at Columbia University in New York City, Despommier teaches about parasitism, environmental disruption and other assorted happy topics.
- The disruption, which lasted under two hours, was a reminder of the growing dependence on Google's technology.
- Thousands of travelers face disruption and canceled flights Wednesday as French air traffic controllers go on strike for a second day over a European Union plan to update rules governing European airspace.on June 12, 2013 Source: WGAL 8 Susquehanna Valley
- Thousands of travelers face disruption and canceled flights Wednesday as French air traffic controllers go on strike for a second day over a European Union plan to update rules governing European airspace.on June 12, 2013 Source: CNN
- France warns of mass disruption in 3 days of airport strikeson June 10, 2013 Source: ABC News
- "This is the bottom line: If we do not do this, the trauma, the chaos and the disruption to everyday Americans' lives will be overwhelming, and that's a price we can't afford to risk paying," Sen. Judd Gregg, the chief Senate Republican in the...on Sep 28, 2008 By: Judd Gregg Source: Independent
- Willie Walsh, BA chief executive, said: "Unfortunately, the decision has come too late to prevent disruption to the travel plans of tens of thousands of our customers tomorrow and Wednesday."on Jan 28, 2007 By: Willie Walsh Source: guardian.co.uk
- "Last week's events caused a major disruption in the greater Boston area on many levels -- crippling public transportation, causing serious traffic problems, negatively affecting local businesses and perhaps most significantly, costing Boston and...on Feb 5, 2007 By: Martha Coakley Source: BusinessWeek