Disrupture

Dis`rup´ture


n.1.Disruption.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The peak position indicated disorder in the acetylated cellulose because of the replacement of hydroxyl groups by acetyl, which is associated with increased interfibrillar distance and disrupture of microfibrillary structures [49].
Writing from the revisionist position that the long 19th-century witnessed continuity as well as disrupture in religion, poetry, and the relationship between them, Hurley assays the ways in which five poets of the period conceived and practiced faith in their work.
These changes in crystallinity could be caused either by disrupture of the crystal structure itself or changes in particle structure (surface corrugation, decomposition) connected with defects in crystal structure of particles.
In order to extract the uterine body from the abdominal cavity using the port incisions, the intraabdominal disrupture of the tissue is an inevitable condition of LASH.
In this article, we used classic tMCAO rat model in vivo and reperfusion post-OGD cell model in vitro to explore the potential of SCM-198 as a therapeutic approach for reperfusion-induced BBB disrupture. We found that SCM198 significantly decreased infarct volume and ameliorated neurological deficit in the tMCAO model.
More recent studies on migration, exile, and return have, however, found that rather than being a condition characterized by discontinuity and disrupture, exile is a state of biculturalism in which continued attachment to original culture and loyalties to host country/ies coexist (Askland 2007; Wise 2006).
This is why Fukuyama noted that "the great disrupture threw even the nuclear family into a prolonged decline and thus endangered the main function of the family: reproduction".
By relating indigenous (hi)stories in the deeply transforming ways of oral storytelling, Conley offers a strong corrective tribal voice that "speaks" the Cherokee people's true story of past cultural, tribal, and regional disrupture and dislocation.
The piles of rock on each hand, but particularly on the Shenandoah, the evident marks of their disrupture and avulsion from their beds by the most powerful agents of nature, corroborate the impression.
It states that an opening or disrupture in the traditional heritage of faculty/student hierarchy, an opening which reinvigorated the university, allowed for a profound discussion about language use by African American students.
* if the union disrupture rate (q) is low: if an union is not likely to be disrupted, its insurance property makes the present offer more attractive.
The propriety of these encounters lies in the fact that they are susceptible to being publicized without provoking any social disrupture. Other encounters, though buried in the narration, must be seen as improper since they always end up seeking to be repaired: Serena and Aladine, for instance.