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Things disturbance often describes (“disturbance ________”)
theory, equation, hypothesis, state, stability, condition, agreement, relationship, solutions, clause, rejection, approximation, model, signal, accommodating, analysis, survey, vegetation, structure, conditions, group, equilibrium, models, response, case, period, creating, call, diversity, situation, phenomena, field, type, instability, patterns, absorbing, assemblages, mediated, results, scenario, specific

Descriptive words:
emotional, mental, serious, constitutional, little, severe, psychological, general, functional, much, visual, slight, psychiatric, considerable, sensory, least, further, civil, primary, initial, physical, slightest, nervous, profound, gastric, less, internal, digestive, circulatory, intestinal, sleep, mechanical, febrile, behavioral, magnetic, systemic, minimal, significant, possible, marked, violent, cerebral, gastrointestinal, acute, temporary, electrical, external, base, sudden, endocrine, psychic, minimum, affective, minor, physiological, organic, atmospheric, transient, chronic, environmental, domestic, mild, random, nutritional, behavioural, extreme, underlying, seismic, periodic, neurotic, cardiac, grave, cognitive


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See disturbance used in context: 14 rhymes, several books and articles.

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