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interupt

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It's spelled "interrupt".
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Obviously, he would have to interupt his studies to take up the job but, he felt, maybe there would be an opportunity to resume them, in Paris.
With a public transit situation, you have the option of reading, sleeping, studying, or finishing up work without having a phone to interupt you.
But coach Derrick Pope was anxious not to interupt their current run of good form and was delighted when the airmen agreed to fill in at short notice.
We also included full support for Pentium's System Management Interupt (SMI) and clock throttling to make on-the-run trade-offs between execution speed and power dissipation.
It had just kicked-off when reports, from Peter Jones, began to interupt from the other tie originally of fears of crowd trouble.
Since the September 11 attacks on the United States worsened the global economic outlook, shares in European oil companies have performed in line with the equities market despite a 24 per cent drop in the price of crude, thanks to their defensive qualities, continued strong earnings, and a view that worldwide conflict may interupt Middle East oil supplies.
The former colonel of the regiment who was once in charge of hundreds of Tyneside soldiers, deliberately joined the Conservative party so he could interupt when Mr Hammond was due to speak.
I'd bet everything I own they wouldn't interupt a Henman match to show T in the Park.