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to break up the order or progress of

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The longstanding provision allows government agencies, with the assistance of internet service providers, to disrupt websites in order to enforce criminal law, safeguard national security and protect the public revenue.
Previous DISRUPT PAD studies utilised Lithoplasty as primary therapy, demonstrating safe, effective and consistent revascularisation of calcified lesions while maintaining future treatment options.
Moscow has noted a large volume of information fleecing and attempts to disrupt the truce in Syria, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Monday, Sputnik reported.
Critique; Impressively well written, organized and presented, "Disruption by Design: How to Create Products that Disrupt and then Dominate Markets" is unique and very highly recommended to the attention of entrepreneurs and corporate managers.
Water samples from the drilling-dense site had higher levels of EDC activity that could disrupt the body's response to androgens - a class of hormones that include testosterone and oestrogen.
Unruly pupils who seriously disrupt lessons and school activities or refuse to leave class should be controlled by force, new Government guidance for teachers suggests.
If such a missile is launched at the plane, a turret on the pod shoots a laser at the missile to disrupt its guidance signals and throw it off course.
The pollutant can disrupt thyroid-hormone synthesis thereby disrupting the growth and development of fetuses and young children.
Tokyo, Japan, Aug 23, 2006 - (JCN) - Tohoku University in collaboration with Vanderbilt University annouonced on August 22 the results of a study on how the effect of light environment can disrupt the brain activities of infants and is found to be the cause of the unusual biological clock, sleep-wake cycle in their developmental process.
Exposure to environmental toxicants that disrupt sperm production (spermatogenesis) or the function of reproductive hormones or sperm may increase the risk of male infertility.
c ensuring that insurgents do not seriously disrupt elections scheduled for the end of January.
When an alien species kills off a native species, it can seriously disrupt the food chain, the intricate web in which energy or nutrients pass from one organism to another.
Perhaps more to the point, in all the cases that Rheingold cites, mobile devices were used spontaneously to protest or disrupt, not to accomplish anything constructive.
Inhalants can disrupt normal heart rhythms, which can cause a heart attack.
The study, conducted by researchers from Tulane University in Louisiana, showed that these human-crafted chemicals can disrupt the ability of leguminous plants (such as beans, alfalfa, and clover) to "fix" nitrogen.