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PERTURBATION. This is a technical word which signifies disturbance, or infringement of a right. It is usually applied to the disturbance of pews, or seats in a church. In the ecclesiastical courts actions for these disturbances are technically called "suits for perturbation of seat." 1 Phillim. 323. Vide Pew.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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In Section 4, we demonstrate the strong stability with respect to perturbance of initial state for the solution of the multi-stage system.
Salinity becomes a pervasive threat to the agricultural system and causes perturbance in crop growth, yield and productivity (Khan et al., 2014).
Therefore, the new data from northern peri-Gondwana, as well as published data from Laurentia (Arctic Canada), suggest that a distinct negative perturbance in [[delta].sup.13]C was restricted to shallow-water carbonate environments and did not affect the deeper-water organic carbon reservoir.
PARP cleavage and perturbance in mitochondrial membrane potential by 3-alpha-propionyloxy-beta-boswellic acid results in cancer cell death and tumor regression in murine models.
To carry out mutation, a perturbance factor [[delta].sub.i] is defined to measure the amount of change in the ith gene, i.e.
For example, delusions, doubtlessly one of the hallmark symptoms of schizophrenia, are unshiftable false beliefs and represent perturbance of certainty of an interpretation [74].
Words such as perturbance, turbulence, and disruption all have gained currency lately, but meanings are unclear and overlapping.
Fluvial perturbance in the western Amazonian river basin: regulation by long-term sub-Andean tectonics.