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Definitions of disrupted in various dictionaries:
verb - make a break in
verb - throw into disorder
verb - interfere in someone else's activity
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Was no longer in order to have died around the spurt|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Feb 9 2010 Irish Times (Crosaire)|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|interrupt (an event, activity, or process) by causing a disturbance or problem.|
|maked by breaks or gaps|
|Interrupt (an event, activity, or process) by causing a disturbance or problem.|
|Simple past tense and past participle of disrupt.|
|Subject to disruption.|
|Disrupted might refer to|
|"Disrupted planet" is an official astronomical term for a planet, or exoplanet, that has been disrupted, or destroyed, by a nearby, or passing, astronomical body or object, such as a star. The result of such a disruption may be the production of excessive amounts of related gas, dust and debris, that may eventually surround the parent star in the form of a circumstellar disk or debris disk. As a consequence, the orbiting debris field may be an "uneven ring of dust", causing erratic light fluctuations in the apparent luminosity of the parent star, as may have been responsible for the oddly flickering light curves associated with the starlight observed from certain variable stars, such as that from KIC 8462852, RZ Piscium and WD 1145+017. Excessive amounts of infrared radiation may be detected from such stars, suggestive evidence in itself that dust and debris may be orbiting the stars.|