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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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Residents said they feared sewers and other services could disturb the site, but Gladman insisted studies had shown there should be no problems.
Complaints started surfacing on Tuesday that the Do Not Disturb feature, which silences calls, alerts, and notifications while enabled stopped working after New Year's eve.
In the magazine Jones said: "I've met a lot of fisherman and decided that we should disturb as many as possible.
Use safe work practices for repairs and maintenance that disturb lead paint.
The rules don't address nets or long-line fishing practices that don't disturb the sea bottom.
Also, it's best to avoid meals that require elaborate preparation that could disturb others.
NRIs inhibit ribosomes of both gram-positive and -negative pathogenic bacteria but will not disturb eukaryotic protein synthesis.
Several hits of acid later and I was helping the gnomes plant dark matter, being careful not to disturb the Nexons sleeping in the interior.
Accordingly, the IRS will not disturb a taxpayer's treatment of costs paid or incurred in developing software for any particular project, either for the taxpayer's own use or to be held by the taxpayer for sale or lease to others, if:
The popular Do Not Disturb feature stops the iPhone ringing unless specific or persistent callers are trying to get in touch.
Community parks manager Bob Moore said inspectors considered the music to be 'unduly loud' and was likely to disturb locals as they relaxed outside or kept their windows open in the summer heat.