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  • n. Alternative spelling of destabilizer.

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Examples

  • How supplies are to be secured at existing levels becomes a grave political and moral question for the wealthier states, and a real destabiliser of international relations.

    Environment Lecture " Changing The Myths We Live By"

  • But its past legacy as a destabiliser in the region remains.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The report displays a profound ignorance, or disregard, of the historical record of the apartheid government in its role as a destabiliser and manipulator, par excellence, first of its neighbours and then of its own population.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The American presence was a tremendous destabiliser, most Iraqis opposed the occupation.

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  • He also argued that "addiction" to fossil fuels was distorting international relations: "How supplies are to be secured at existing levels becomes a grave political and moral question for the wealthier states, and a real destabiliser of international relations.

    Archbishop Delivers Major Environment Lecture

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