Disturbance or problems that interrupt an event, activity, or process
the schedule was planned to minimize disruption
there had been no delays ordisruptions toflights
break: an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity; "it was presented without commercial breaks"; "there was a gap in his account"
disturbance: a disorderly outburst or tumult; "they were amazed by the furious disturbance they had caused"
dislocation: an event that results in a displacement or discontinuity
the act of causing disorder
(disrupt) interrupt: make a break in; "We interrupt the program for the following messages"
(disrupt) throw into disorder; "This event disrupted the orderly process"
Disruption is the term most commonly used for 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 ...
A schema is a template in computer science used in the field of genetic algorithms that identifies a subset of strings with similarities at certain string positions. Schemata are a special case of cylinder sets; and so form a topological space.
The Disruption was the first release by American indie rock band Cursive and was released in 1996 on Lumberjack Records, and was re-released in 1997 with alternate cover art, when Lumberjack changed their name to Saddle Creek. The only format it was available in was 7".
Disrupt was an American anarchist grindcore crust punk band from Boston, Massachusetts, United States. They only released one mainstream album (Unrest on Relapse), however the band acquired a cult following on the strength of several underground 7-inch EPs and compilation appearances.
(The Disrupt) The Disrupt is the debut album by Oh No, an American hip hop rapper and producer signed to Stones Throw Records. Oh No produced the majority of this album, however fellow Stones Throw producers Madlib and J Dilla had a few contributions. Some U.S. ...
An interruption to the regular flow or sequence of something; A continuing act of disorder
(disruptive) Causing disrupt or unrest
(Disruptions) Out of respect to their fellow audience members, disruptive patrons will be asked to excuse themselves from the concert hall. This includes use of mobile devices during the concert.
(Disruptions) Side effects of psychotic medications that can cause disruptions to people’s live. These can include: extra-pyramidal symptoms (EPS), weight gain, sedation and sexual problems, and tend to be more severe in typical or older antipsychotic medication, than in atypical medication.
(Disrupt) Triggered effects which are preceded by "Disrupt:" in bold on the card. These are the only types of actions that may be played out of sequence (ie: before the previous action fully resolves), and they must be played before the action resolves and the response window opens. ...
(disrupt) a tactical mission task in which a commander integrates direct and indirect fires, terrain, and obstacles to upset an enemy's formation or tempo, interrupt his timetable, or cause his forces to commit prematurely or attack in a piecemeal fashion. ...
(Disruptive) and disorderly conduct is behavior that changes the atmosphere of the classroom to an uncomfortable setting for students and staff; precludes an educational environment; or prevents learning from taking place. ...
A circumstance or event that interrupts or prevents the correct operation of system services and functions.
when an adoption is discontinued or annulled through a decision by the adoptive parents, the child, or a legal authority, before or after ﬁnalization.
a major anomaly that results from alteration of a structure after its initial formation. The resulting structure may have an altered shape and configuration, abnormal division or fusion of its component parts, or loss of parts that were previously present.
(French : disruption) In the disruption sequence the fetus is subject to a destructive problem. It may be a vascular, infectious or mechanical problem leading to a malformation. One example is the effect of an amniotic band.
Describes an adoption that ends before it is legally finalized, resulting in the child’s legal custody reverting back to the agency or court that made the original placement and the child returning to foster care and/or to other adoptive parents.
An event whether anticipated (e.g labour strike or storm) or unanticipated (e.g blackout or earthquake), which causes an unplanned, negative deviation from the expected delivery of products or services according to the organisation's objectives.
there are two instances in which an adoption can be disrupted: