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disturbed

(dĭ-stûrbd′)
adj.
1. Unsettled, broken up, or altered in structure or function: disturbed soil.
2. Being or resulting from being emotionally or mentally troubled: taught disturbed children; sent disturbed messages.
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Use safe work practices for repairs and maintenance that disturb lead paint.
We should try to disturb as many of them as possible.
In the magazine Jones said: "I've met a lot of fisherman and decided that we should disturb as many as possible.
Do Not Disturb scheduling feature will resume normal functionality after January 7, 2013," Apple said in a note on its support forums.
Known for its own variation on the Do Not Disturb sign - "There's a Good Reason for You NOT to Knock Right Now" - Embassy Suites challenges guests to up the ante on the fun.
But any birdwatcher knows that if you go within a few feet you are going to disturb the bird and that would be a reckless act.
Work areas where asbestos removal or repair or maintenance activities take place which may disturb asbestos must be posted with warning signs.
But the movie is undeniably impressive in its ability to toy with your sympathies and thoroughly disgust and disturb you in the process.
And I think it will so utterly disturb people that they won't even be able to talk once the movie ends.
Questions have been recently raised, however, about risks to building maintenance and repair personnel who disturb asbestos themselves and potentially expose others in the vicinity.
NRIs inhibit ribosomes of both gram-positive and -negative pathogenic bacteria but will not disturb eukaryotic protein synthesis.
The rules don't address nets or long-line fishing practices that don't disturb the sea bottom.