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use "perturb" in a sentence

Instead, it may in part be due to external sources that perturb that person's ongoing thought processes.

Multiple isomorphous replacement In isomorphous replacement, the idea is to make a change to the crystal that will perturb the structure factors and, by the way that they are
valence electrons of a transition metal center are located in d orbitals while the standard model of electron configuration would predict some of them to be in the pertinent s orbital.

kahin requested "much more pertinent documentation" on the event in order to create a "fuller and more scholarly" report and analysis of the coup.

CONTROL has a policy of burning pertinent documents after cases are closed; the reasons were detailed in their Rules and Regulations book, but nobody can read them, since they burned the only copy.

The question raised by Overbeck was pertinent, even if his own answer to it was confusedly conceived.

These and a host of other questions - some times they are pertinent and at times of marginal value - are raised in the book.

Lord's later work (his 1960 book The Singer of Tales is the most pertinent to Homer) kick-started oral poetics as an entire new sub-discipline in anthropology.

There was also a push for NASA to release pertinent documents on the subject.

Even on websites connected to the current subject and in pertinent literature it passes unheeded.

Some use this opportunity to actually ask each other pertinent questions, while some just want to see if they like each other, relying more on the information they got from the shadchen or from other people.

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