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In 53% of cases disruptive to is used

They are too disruptive to her business.

And it's very disruptive to popular movements.

This is proving to be very disruptive to class.

Last week's drama was mind boggling and very disruptive to the spirit of a nation.

The outbreak of World War I in 1914 proved disruptive to the work and life of Braun.

It was chaotic at times and quite a disruptive to what is happening in our classroom.

The consequences of this are not really known but it now seems likely that they will be disruptive to our lives.

As many of the species that live in the reserve are nocturnal, this is disruptive to the lives of these species.

Small children should be socialized, but when they start getting cranky/ disruptive to others, it's time to leave.

Many do not recognize that loud snoring is disruptive to the rest of the person who seems to be loud snoring also.

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Tendency to be disruptive in class.

Such practices are disruptive in the marketplace.

Its effect may be disruptive in traditional societies.

She became disruptive in class and became well known to the school administration.

Any seminary in Msia willing to accept me? I promise not to be disruptive in class.

If an adult was acting disruptive in a cafe, restaurant or bar this would be the go.

Their frustration levels tend to be higher and they become more disruptive in the teaching-learning environment.

It will become extremely disruptive in the near future until we adapt both as individuals and societies to live with it.

There are more and more lithuanian companies that are developing products that are frugal and disruptive in their nature.

ALEXANDRA McPHERSON: Large-scale hydropower has been very disruptive in our rivers, specifically in the Pacific Northwest.

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Mr Reo Coker is too indisciplined and disruptive for my liking.

I hate having to re-arrange classes as it is disruptive for students.

Sporadic use of high-heels (binge wearing) is disruptive for your calves.

It is much less disruptive for your baby if she can have the same carer all the time.

Markets have been closed for a couple of days, so that is very disruptive for share markets.

In clinical settings the belief is likely to be distressing or disruptive for the individual.

A late sale in August, no more than two days before the window closes, would be hugely disruptive for his new employers.

We're approaching a new console hardware generation -- and it could be the most important and most disruptive for decades.

Bipolar disorder can be extremely distressing and disruptive for those who have this disease, their spouses, family members, friends and employers.

Both Mr Green and Mr Duncan say this isn't exceptional for spring but seems ongoing and disruptive for quite a few people and events across the nation.

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It is not too disruptive of normal routines.

Such a view was regarded as rash and disruptive of good order.

It remains violently disruptive of peace, but somehow impossible without it.

As one might imagine, however, this was hugely disruptive of any corporate structure.

The cost of correction has been disruptive of the economy and also burdensome for most Ghanaians.

The empowered patient has some good tips but people should be careful not to be disruptive of care.

However, mining involves processes such as drilling and excavation that are intrusive and disruptive of the environment.

Because it was considered disruptive of accepted practices, it came into conflict with the Ottomans in the 18 th century.

This is considered as the least disruptive of all the available choices in regards to aesthetics and physical appearance.

Both producers and consumers deplore price volatility as disruptive of investment plans and undermining of energy efficiency.

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This is known as flutter echo and it can be very disruptive at the listening position.

Some companies have a no-politics policy, because the topic can be so disruptive at the office.

The increasing politicisation of the GAA was sharply evident and deeply disruptive at this AGM.

After the runny nose, come the incessant coughing that is just so disruptive at work and when I go sleep.

It was the start of a long and frustrating time for mother and son as Daragh became increasingly unsettled and disruptive at school.

This is more common among children with predominantly inattentive symptoms because they are not necessarily disruptive at home or in school.

In both works Boss uses existing footage as the starting point, which is then edited in a staccato-style -- sharp and witty, yet jolting and disruptive at the same time.

There are times in the classroom when I just need to get a student to calm down and not be disruptive at that moment, and the kind of positive feedback I describe in this post has worked for me.

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Civil unrest occurs when anger, frustration, or fear turn disruptive on a mass scale.

As short as I am and as low contrast as my coloring is, high contrast dressing looks really wrong and disruptive on me.

Although these forces are innovative and disruptive on their own, together they are revolutionizing business and society, disrupting old business models and creating new leaders.

The employer refused access on the basis it would be too disruptive on the first day of the new shift, but said the union organiser could visit a couple of days after the new shift started instead.

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They may become disruptive as well as aggressive within that system.

The time between one phase and the next can be both disruptive as well as full of the promise of new possibilities.

The FA also acknowledged that approaching him too soon could turn out to be disruptive as the North Londoners challenged for the Premier League trophy.

Many children experience jealousy in a number of ways, but none may be as profoundly disruptive as the jealousy they experience when a new sibling enters the home.

Imagine! The sitting Vice-President Joe Biden actually decided to be deliberately unpleasant and disruptive as a desperate ploy to rattle his younger, smarter debate opponent Paul Ryan.

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This is seen as a practical issue as much as a moral one: sexual tensions could be profoundly disruptive during a long mission.

In this instance, it would seem that while the students were indeed disruptive during Ambassador Oren's talk, they did not engage in threatening behavior or resist removal by security personnel.

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That applies to movies and rock concerts as well, but it isn't as disruptive with amplification.

Where's the human touch? The phone connection with overseas companies is often poor and often disruptive with static.

It's not until late in the campaign that Spec Ops gets more daring and disruptive with its storytelling, but by then it feels like too little, too late.

What's the risk of this occurring? Both of these scenarios would be very disruptive with a eurozone breakup potentially weighing heavily on risk markets globally.

Chemical compounds including Teflon and Bisphenol A (BPA) are known to become disruptive with the body's hormones, so are suspected of being a lead to of gynecomastia.