cause disorder

See: perturb
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Moderate north-west winds will be active in South Sinai and the Gulf of Suez, which may cause disorder in maritime navigation.
It added: "There was no reason to suspect that any of these supporters had caused or were likely to cause disorder.
Chief Inspector Simon Nelson said: "I've been match commander for Albion matches for 12 years, but I've never come across such concerted attempts to cause disorder and engage in violent behaviour.
You don't need to read between the lines to work out that their desire is to cause disorder - you just have to read the lines.
Actually, the Edsa rehabilitation project should have started way back in 2005 but it never pushed through because it would cause disorder along the major thoroughfare, he said.
The 6th Infantry Division in coordination with the Philippine National Police will continue to work proactively in order to preempt plans of the lawless group which may cause disorder to the peaceful and developing communities of the region," Petinglay pointed out.
The petitioner urged the court to direct the federal government to act in accordance with law and restrain Imran Khan from utterances and actions likely to cause disorder, disruption and anarchy in the country.
He pleaded the court to direct the federal government to restrain Imran Khan from utterances and actions which threaten to overthrow the government and cause disorder in the country as a result of hate speeches.
We launched the operation in response to an increase in shed burglaries and resulting antisocial behaviour where stolen bikes were used to cause disorder in the area.
But despite warnings that some protesters were planning to cause disorder, the vigil passed without trouble.
However, there still remains a minority of - mainly young - people who see this time of year as an opportunity to cause disorder.
The message from us is clear - if you drive in an anti-social way, or cause disorder on the roads, then we will target you and use all our powers to either prosecute you or confiscate your car.