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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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The Police department has issued notification citied following disturbed law and order in the province Eid holidays of all field officers have been cancelled.
Speaking at an Open House Forum on Rehabilitation Planning for the Mine, the General Manager of Goldfields, Michiel Van Der Merwe, pointed out that the company's policy on reclamation was to rehabilitate disturbed areas, whiles mining operations were on-going and not to rather wait until the end of mine life.
The work at Fitzalan High School was planned while the Ysgol y Wern work followed a discovery of disturbed material.
Disturbed DID secure permission to do a cover version of 'The Sound of Silence' by Simon and Garfunkel and to include it in their latest studio-release 'Immortalized'.
The chairman of the House, Amrit Malhotra, in response, said, " This is to inform that J& K Disturbed Areas Act 1997 was valid for one year and had lapsed on 7th October of 1998." " At present, the Act is not in force in the state.
Redknapp said: "It disturbed me when a player doesn't want to sit on the bench when you are bang in trouble.
"People from all over the world come to Dubai to enjoy the sunshine and sandy beaches, and we must ensure that tourists as well as residents are not disturbed by intruders," he said.
In this context, behavior is viewed as "disturbing" rather than "disturbed" and equal emphasis is given to the child and to individuals with whom the child interacts when identifying academic and social problems.
Jones said yesterday: "I was told rather rudely that fishermen were disturbed by canoes.