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irruption

[i′rəp·shən]
(geology)
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We quantified an irruption as the positive deviation from the regions' weighted mean of a magnitude that occurs once every 4 years averaged for all sites.
Birds from a range of habitats, from ocean coast to farmlands to urban areas, have been tagged to gain the best sense possible of how they move and behave during an irruption.
The irruption started in late fall and is expected to end by March or April.
Dynamic autoinoculation and the microbial ecology of a deep water hydrocarbon irruption, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA; http://dx.
Le 14 janvier 2012, la police soudanaise a fait irruption dans les locaux du quotidien en langue arabe Alwan.
From the first irruption of Muslim Arabs in the seventh century to the second Turkish Muslim siege of Vienna in 1683, the pattern of relationship between [European Christendom and Middle Eastern Islam] was one of Muslim advance and Christian retreat, and the issue of the struggle was the possession of Europe.
be on the nonsystematic movement of error that I call errance, which includes contaminating reflux, treasonous desertion, unpredictable circulation, violent irruption, and other movements which place simple oppositions and coherent itineraries under erasure or suspension.
In an exclusive statement to "Hannibal" TV, he pointed out that he had been "surprised by the channel broadcasting interruption and asked for clarifications in this regard," declaring that he "was told that the source of irruption had been the National Television Board.
Irruption years in the UK occur either when there has been an exceptionally good breeding season or when there has been a berry failure through the normal wintering range.
Husserl's project aims to recreate the same 'breakthrough that takes place in early Greece by the irruption into consciousness of the very concept of humanity itself as a concept transcending all particular humanities' (26, my emphasis).