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the act or an example of upsetting

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Dubai Cycle Course towards Mira: Disruptions from 6.
Disruptions in Medicaid coveragesometimes called churningare less frequent in states with streamlined Medicaid re-enrollment procedures (ie, requiring only yearly recertification versus every six months or more frequently).
The disruptions are going to affect the market so much that more than 80% bankers said that organizations are increasingly pressed to reinvent themselves and evolve their business before they are disrupted from the outside or by their competitors, as per The 2016 Accenture Technology Vision for Banking Predictable Disruption.
Those disruptions can take many forms but may be grouped and defined as Minor Disruption, Major Disruption and Catastrophic Disruption.
The study, requested last October by Jeff Bingaman, the New Mexico Democrat who chairs the Senate Energy and Natural, Resources Committee, highlights the types of policies that might be undertaken to reduce the nation's vulnerability to energy market disruptions.
However, two other patients in the chart review were determined to have urethral disruptions without associated pelvic trauma.
One of the overruns was on the West Coast Main Line in the Midlands where continuing engineering work has led to service disruptions on most weekends this summer.
Federal policy recognizes the need to prepare for debilitating Internet disruptions and tasks the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with developing an integrated public/private plan for Internet recovery.
Officials hope to prevent sweeping disruptions caused by outages.
Investors see the disruptions in the marketplace--caused by the terrorist attacks of 2001, brokerage investigations in 2004 and 2005, and recent severe weather--as rich opportunities to make a profit.
But it would be bad for the economy it were the result of disruptions such as new terrorist attacks, or political instability in Nigeria or the Gulf, or aggressive moves by the heads of state of Venezuela or Russia, or military conflict with Iran or--the most disruptive nightmare of all- a genuine democratic election in Saudi Arabia.
On the other hand, operating a global distribution channel increases the level of supply chain risk--there's an increase both in the potential for product and service disruptions and in the magnitude of those disruptions.
The terrorist attacks demonstrated ways that operational disruptions to a clearing bank's services could disrupt the trading, clearance, and settlement of government securities.