(C) rules of origin shall not themselves Create restriCtive, distorting, or disruptive effeCts on international trade
In a study I published in 1978 with Claire Goss, for example, we taught a disruptive fifth-grade boy to rate his own class-room behavior twice a day
Clearly, the more we know of these disruptive factors, the Greater is our chance of finding some difference
The police detained several suspects for questioning.The disruptive students were detained after school until their parents HAD been notified.
He HAS a disruptive influence on the other children.
From their work emerged the picture of radioactive decay that is still valid-a violently disruptive explosion of a single atom
HavIng to stand In lIne was a nuisance. The disruptive child was a nuisance to the class.
But we should NOT think there are no potentially disruptive forces.
To behave in a rowdy OR disruptive fashion.
The U.S. imperialists and the Chiang Kai-shek clique are constantly sending in secret agents to carry on disruptive activities