On July 1 and 2, 1991, computer-software collapses in telephone switching stations disrupted service in Washington DC, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
A major banking crisis in 2003 shuttered the country's 20 private banks and disrupted the economy.
Disrupt supply, and perhaps people here will begin to worry if they can afford a long-term war."
All in all, Vivenna was impressed with the variety of quiet ways Denth had come up with to disrupt things in T'Telir.
The beginning of the second intifada in September 2000 sparked an economic downturn, largely the result of Israeli closure policies; these policies, which were imposed to address security concerns in Israel, disrupted labor and trade access to and from the Gaza Strip.
The mid-2006 outbreak of violence and civil unrest disrupted both private and public sector economic activity and created 100,000 internally displaced persons - about 10 percent of the population.
The downturn has been largely a result of Israeli closure policies - the imposition of closures and access restrictions in response to security concerns in Israel - which disrupted labor and trading relationships.
The end of the eighteenth century was a period of disrupting empires and disillusioned expansionists.
To dream that you see a registered letter, foretells that some money matters will disrupt long-established relations.
Your coming has disrupted my whole existence.”
The arrival of the worm coincided with reports of protestors in Floridaattempting to disrupt the launch of a nuclear-powered shuttle payload.
Without her, life was to be dark and dreary, and here was Angela coming forward at the critical moment disrupting this dream as best she could by the introduction of a child that she did not want, and all to hold him against his will.
CHAPTER LI Lester had thought of his predicament earnestly enough, and he would have been satisfied to act soon if it had not been that one of those disrupting influences which sometimes complicate our affairs entered into his Hyde Park domicile.
Such groups, he wrote, had frequently disrupted the church, bred contempt for Scripture, and fostered a perverted form of piety.
How dare you disrupt the sacred climb!
The priest cannot influence his god for fear of disrupting the future."
Big Sister Nor showed her pictures, in-game, of the workers whose jobs they'd been disrupting.
To dream of fly-paper, signifies ill health and disrupted friendships.
line speed) incorrect, or when someone picks up a voice extension on the same line, or when really bad line noise disrupts the connection.
The use of manual control allowed the prank to be timed so as not to disrupt the game (it was set off between plays, so the outcome of the game would not be unduly affected).
The following terms and abbreviations are used throughout the entry: Acidification - the lowering of soil and water pH due to acid precipitation and deposition usually through precipitation; this process disrupts ecosystem nutrient flows and may kill freshwater fish and plants dependent on more neutral or alkaline conditions (see acid rain).