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  • n. Plural form of perturbance.


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  • Elections official Sandra Oblitas called on all "political actors" to refrain from making statements in the media which could create "perturbances," alluding to opposition candidate Manuel Rosales' earlier complaint.


  • The congressmen described similar perturbances in their own bodies.

    Alexander Hamilton, American

  • These particles of ether, therefore, when too closely impinged upon by their neighbours, resent the impact, and in doing so initiate etheric whirlwinds, from whose vast perturbances stupendous drifts set out.

    The Crack of Doom

  • A scientist reads “other natural events” not as the sun’s energy output but specific perturbances, volcanic eruptions akin to solar flares.

    Toronto Star Previews AR4 « Climate Audit


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