- n. Plural form of disruption.
“Anomalies are what he calls disruptions under the ground and these were similar to what he has seen when trying to find buried graves.”
“Repugs are totally disgusting, approving disruptions from the gallery — making deliberately untrue assertions about abortion, which not in the bill — and they will probably demand that Obama write a signing statement indicating it is not in the bill.”
“The chairman of IHS-CERA, Daniel Yergin, says the International Energy Agency's Emergency Response Program can handle any significant short-term disruptions.”
“The additional policy support is to shore up confidence and help the country manage the near-term disruptions caused by the earthquake," he said.”
“Saudi officials are in talks to supply refineries with oil from their spare production capacity as well, which could make up for any short-term disruptions.”
“The goal of these disruptions is for a few people to get a lot a media attention and hijack the entire public discourse," wrote executive director Mitch Stewart.”
“But some Japanese factories reported progress Wednesday in restarting operations, raising hopes that long-term disruptions might be avoided.”
“On Monday, light, sweet crude for April delivery settled at over $102 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange as traders worried about long-term disruptions to Libya's oil supplies.”
“Pro-regime forces halted their push on the rebel-held city of Benghazi, and traders now fear an extended struggle between the two groups could result in long-term disruptions to Libya's oil supplies, pushing up crude prices.”
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