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a state of extreme confusion and disorder

the formless and disordered state of matter before the creation of the cosmos

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(Greek mythology) the most ancient of gods

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(physics) a dynamical system that is extremely sensitive to its initial conditions

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The weather is chaotically reflective of his moods and Earth looks doomed until, on the eve of Mr B's departure to a peaceful planet, Bob finally sees what a job he has ahead of him to hold Earth together.
The other trial will compare treatment with the drug amiodarone, another drug called lidocaine, or neither medication (a salt-water placebo) in participants with shock-resistant ventricular fibrillation, a condition in which the heart beats chaotically instead of pumping blood.
It is a mentality, urban culture of behavior which has mixed things up chaotically.
But Labour leader Ed Miliband said: "It has been chaotically conducted, it has been hastily prepared and it is simply not credible as a strategic blueprint for our future defence needs.
Highlighting the chaotically motions produced in deterministic conditions represented a conceptual revolution with applications in various domains: physics, chemistry, biology, geography, economics etc.
FA Chairman Triesman has come under personal attack for what some believe is a chaotically organised and structured campaign in comparison with rival bidders Russia and Australia.
Most cases of cardiac arrest occur when the heart goes into ventricular fibrillation, a heart-rhythm disturbance in which the heart begins to quiver chaotically and can no longer pump blood around the body.
While patterns and forms found in Islamic Art help to shape the compositions of the work, the focus is how these patterns and forms reoccur accidentally, randomly and chaotically in the surrounding environment: road signs, advertising, hazard signs.
But when recession-plagued economies contract chaotically, prompting governments and industries to cast about for new ways to restore rapid capital accumulation, almost every-one's environment deteriorates.
Early menstrual cycles in a girl's life may be anovulatory and shorter or longer than some others; they should not be chaotically irregular.
He dares to make a stand against those who would tyrannize the weak, culminating in a battle against a chaotically malevolent Baron and his martial arts expert sister, (with an amusingly indecent finale
Barnsley's opener was just a little too easy, with Kozluk catching out a defence that was failing chaotically to play the offside trap.
There is something about the area that is chaotically tranquil and has drawn me to it ever since I first visited it two years ago.
TRAVIS NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY STUDENT UNION Millions may have been watching them perform The Graham Norton Show on BBC2, but for a multitude of lucky students in the midst of a chaotically enjoyable freshers' week it was the real deal as Travis paid a welcome visit to Newcastle.
Marching chaotically with these blank signs, the panda bears temper Scott's derision through a fey conflation of representation and abstraction.