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- v. (dated) To perturb.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Perturbed; agitated.
- transitive v. To perturb.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To perturb.
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Rightly or wrongly (if it can be a matter of opinion), they fail to see any manifestation of ultimate advantage to themselves in the arrival of a troop of armed strangers who demand from them food (even though it be on payment) and perturbate their most intimate family ties.
In this paper, we perturbate these connections to work out whether they play a role in improving the neural representation in the LMC output to repeated naturalistic contrast patterns
Quae dein iratior iam Nauflftrata clamans incufat coram marito, an quidq. — fenes Bentl. fiios quofdam Codd. fecutus perturbate adfcribit Phor - mioni, honeftius putans v. 12 dici ab homine, quam a femina.
If therefore it be inferred that A J D = a J d. i'his inference is fM to he made ex sequo perturbate. i6S The ELEMENTS BookV.