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1. Disruptionist (plural Disruptionists) A proponent of disruptionism.

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2. Disruptionist Self-employed July 2013 – Present 6 years 5 months

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3. At the Raisina Dialogue, the Indian External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar pointing out that India is not a ‘Disruptionist power’ at the world stage and it should not be a self-centred or a

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4. A fundamentaist Christensen Disruptionist, will know that an excessive focus on average selling price (ASP) is what ends up leading innovators astray, leaving them vulnerable to disruption from below

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5. After the Partition, Nehru said,Disruptionist tendencies had come to the fore”; to check them, the nation had to be strong and united.

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6. Listen to Disruptionist on Spotify

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7. 8 Smith is the Messiah of a big-time Disruptionist movement, the America First Party

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8. There remains one big mystery: Why should loyal Americans, relatives of our sons and daughters in the armed forces, lend aid and moral support to the revolutionist and Disruptionist, Gerald L

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9. The person who said,Disruptionist tendencies had come to the fore; to check them, the nation had to be strong and united” was (A) Dr

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10. Disruptionist: One entrepreneurs ramblings and a radical change in thinking

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11. Puri also termed Kejriwal a "Disruptionist" and said Delhi's problems will be sorted out in six months as he apparently referred to the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections

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12. ‘Not India’s way to be a Disruptionist power’: Foreign minister S Jaishankar at Raisina Dialogue More than 100 countries are taking part in the fifth edition of the event.

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13. 'I think it is not India’s way to be a Disruptionist power internationally, I think we

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14. Mediation Advocate & Mediator Legal Disruptionist & Futurist Accredited Attorney Mediator Notary Public Negotiator Emotional Intelligence Specialist

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15. Tom Mann, a political "Disruptionist", was barred from speaking publicly in New South Wales

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16. The GST implementation was a "monumental reform" which had Disruptionist impact on growth only for two quarters, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said …

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17. Kaitlin is a voice for the Millennials, a constructive Disruptionist, an advocate for women’s leadership, and is a believer in challenging and expanding the definitions of what it means to be a feminist

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18. (1) If any person with intent to aid any terrorist or Disruptionist, contravenes any provision of, or any rule made under, the Arms Act, 1959 54 of 1959

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19. The provocative Disruptionist in the PM has identified different titles for different classes

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20. Disruptionist Cohens dishwater Folberth Egor

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21. “While the marchers stuck to the plan and did not divert from the route, certain Disruptionist elements from the Kisan Sangharsh Committee with Khalistani overtones violated the discipline and started attacking police barricades

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22. In fact it is a Disruptionist government if you want to call it that way

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23. Free Metro for women: Spelling out Centre’s stand, Puri calls AAP govt Disruptionist Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, responding to Puri, said they only needed his blessings

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24. Rejecting Puri's charge, the Delhi government, however said it has a "concrete plan" to provide free ride to women in public buses and Metro trains.Puri also termed Kejriwal a 'Disruptionist' and

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25. The GST implementation was a "monumental reform" which had Disruptionist impact on growth only for two quarters, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said …

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26. Nonetheless, two trends in RT America’s reporting are clear: Disruptionist and revisionist

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27. This week 50 years ago: Teachers’ hunger strike and Disruptionist propaganda Peerzada Salman Published March 4, 2019

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28. During British rule, the Congress had organized itself on linguistic lines (Andhra circle, Orissa PCC, etc.) but after independence, JN was worried about "Disruptionist

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29. Reinvoice dispatchful Portuguese Saharian Lesser Disruptionist

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30. In 2014, he could get away with placing Disruptionist politics above rational economics

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31. Puri also termed Kejriwal a “Disruptionist” and said Delhi’s problems will be sorted out in six months as he apparently referred to the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections

Disruptionist, Delhi

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DISRUPTIONIST [disˈrəpSH(ə)n]

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What is disruption really means?

dis·rupt

  • To throw into confusion or disorder: Protesters disrupted the candidate's speech.
  • To interrupt or impede the progress of: Our efforts in the garden were disrupted by an early frost. The noise disrupted my nap.
  • To break apart or alter so as to prevent normal or expected functioning: radiation that disrupts DNA and kills bacteria.
  • What does disruption stand for?

    Disruption(noun) the act or rending asunder, or the state of being rent asunder or broken in pieces; breach; rent; dilaceration; rupture; as, the disruption of rocks in an earthquake; disruption of a state.

    What does disruption mean to you?

    Disruption is identifying something that is not meeting your needs—a service, a product, or experience—and creating a solution for improvement. Disruption is borne from innovation. If you're presented with a problem and your brain goes to an idea you've seen work in the past, then you'll get the same result.

    What is the noun for disruption?

    noun forcible separation or division into parts. a disrupted condition: After the coup, the country was in disruption .

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