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Internal derangement (ID) of the TMJ constitutes a major portion of patients affected by TMDs.
The very title of Amitav Ghosh's book, The Great Derangement, provides a much needed shift in focus.
com)-- Chef Ron Levi, formerly known as the Doctor of Donut Derangement, and a winner of Food Network's Donut Showdown, has recently joined up with the founder of Psycho Donuts in "Donut Madness," a collaboration to bring Sacramento the most creative donut treats imaginable.
Jane Lythell trades between the women's voices -- Kathy's yearning and hopeful, Heja's jealous and plotting -- to present a harrowing thriller set in the spaces where derangement meets desire.
Passion Flower ( Aleph; `495) features characters who, despite their varying personal demons and state of derangement, are all stuck in solitude.
It certainly ruffled a few feathers, although Natalie Portman (above) earned her Oscar for amazing derangement.
Derangement Syndrome over 1 Destroyer in Atlantic An entire fleet of Iranian ships is close to the American border = one supply ship with thirty sailors is in International waters.
First note that any permutation [sigma] of size n can be seen as a pair (S, [delta]) where S is its set of k fixed points and [delta] a derangement of [n - k].
Anyone familiar with Longfellow's famous poetic tribute to the Acadians knows the basic story of the great Derangement of 1755, when these tough and resilient people were uprooted and cruelly scattered--some as far away as Louisiana.
There's no preventing the interior madhouse some people can sink into, their dark mental derangement once in a while bringing awful consequences to others.
Selon le Gouverneur, il ne sera pas question d'ajuster les statuts des cafes et des etablissements qui causent un derangement aux habitants des immeubles.
This type of puzzle is called a derangement problem in mathematics as it involves looking at the number of ways something can happen without getting a snap.