It had been a clinging life; and though the object round which its fibres had clung was a dead disrupted
thing, it satisfied the need for clinging.
ROSE'S grief was a surprise to herself; there was no blinking the fact that her life was going to be far more disrupted
by Martin's death than it had been by Bill's.
He could never weld the warring factions of the disrupted
Was Van Horn's darkness as the darkness of the blue-bottle fly that his fly-flapping maid smashed and disrupted
in mid-flight of the air?
She was subtly perturbed by it, and more than once, though she knew not why, it disrupted
her train of thought with its delicious intrusion and compelled her to grope for the remainder of ideas partly uttered.
Thank you, sir," was the steward's acknowledgment, ere he ran aft, disrupted
the binnacle, and carried the steering compass back to the boat.
It was not a squall, but a regular breeze--the disrupted
trade wind, eight points out of its direction but resuming business once more.
But the porcupine, squealing and grunting, with disrupted
anatomy trying feebly to roll up into its ball-protection, flicked out its tail again, and again the big cat squalled with hurt and astonishment.
The capture of the world-market by the United States had disrupted
the rest of the world.
Francois was surprised, too, when they shot out in a tangle from the disrupted
nest and he divined the cause of the trouble.
Disruption by Design" conveys lessons learned from successful disruptors, and from the many companies that should have disrupted
The researchers also found an enzyme inhibitor, oxamate - known to reduce LDHA activity - operated in the same manner: It also disrupted
the metabolic system of pancreatic cancer cells.