disarrangement


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Synonyms for disarrangement

Synonyms for disarrangement

a condition in which an orderly system has been disrupted

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The higher surface activity is mainly related to smaller crystallite sizes linked with a high degree of geometrical disarrangement.
Jetting occurred in the initial stage of the flow down to the cavity, and the disarrangement of the magnetized patterns was observed at the end of the sample at a low injection rate (2.
After the death of Vasilios II, and the temporary peak during the Macedonian dynasty (867-1081), the empire went through a period of disarrangement, with a dozen indifferent emperors who neglected new technological, cultural, and economic developments in Western Europe and the Islamic world while the army deteriorated.
In addition, exercise may cause transient muscle damage, characterized by muscle soreness, muscle fiber disarrangement, muscle protein release into plasma, an acute immune response, and decreased muscle performance (2).
Whenever any human beings suffer from disarrangement in their feelings of the order of values, the order of their ranks remains concealed yet transparent throughout the disorder.
Imperial decay, often accompanied by social chaos, administrative disarrangement and public disorder, occurred in China Proper during the last years of the dynasty, but did not have much impact on Heilongjiang.
But as would be expected from a poet there are some gems to be found: for example, he describes ikebana: "An exquisite disarrangement, so refined.
2009) is a picture of disarrangement, unravelling and abandonment.
After 8 weeks' treatment with Pra-c, there was significantly less disarrangement of SHR myocyte filaments, and the mitochondrial damage and symptoms of interstitial fibrosis were clearly less severe (Fig.
excited": "a certain quickening of the blood as it rushes through the heart, or what we call a hurried pulse, and a corresponding disarrangement of molecules in the brain.