disconcertion


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Indeed, these subjects tend to attract too few students overall, to the Government's disconcertion.
This reaction brings about a transformation (7) in the humans, in that it turns fear and disconcertion into bravery and determinism--after the laughter, the humans become much more proactive, and begin to plan the defeat of the Neanderthals.