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1. These policies could cause severe economic and social dislocation.
2. A doctor can reduce a fracture or dislocation.
3. The storm caused considerable dislocation of air traffic.
4. Snow has caused serious dislocation of/to train services.
5. The 1930s was a period of economic dislocation.
6. The strike will cause some dislocation of rail traffic.
7. Millions of refugees have suffered a total dislocation of their lives.
8. Here the dislocation seemed to happen overnight.
9. At least he put up the dislocation as a hypothesis in a scientific paper.
10. But in fact, most of the dislocation is still occurring in the manufacturing sector.
11. The great dislocation and uprooting that this seismic shift entails have had at least two results.
12. These include massacres and dislocation of civilians in the name of rooting out supposed guerrilla sympathizers.
13. I suffered a dislocation as acute as when I arrived in this country.
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14. What is even more important, the dislocation turns out to be movable.
15. By treatment, all patients with arytenoid dislocation were cured.
16. Late complications included spinal deformity, hip dislocation and hypokinesia.
17. The dislocation density is low in the nugget zone.
18. In short, we have not as yet experienced the full extent of the social dislocation consequent upon this period of unemployment.
19. The landholding of few of the great monasteries of northern Francia shows anything more than temporary dislocation.
20. They are also restricting access to their markets,(sentencedict.com) which will minimise the economic dislocation and the ultimate loss of industrial base.
21. There had been loss of shipping and sales of overseas assets, but there was no great disruption and dislocation.
22. First, there was the risk of physical shortage, causing dislocation and possible hardship.
23. Whatever they had been at home, now they suffered from the poverty and dislocation that came with their sudden upheaval.
24. This discrepancy makes any assessment of the extent of dislocation caused by the barbarian invasions extremely difficult.
25. Transportation experts are the best judges of how to remedy the traffic dislocation growing out of the Loma Prieta Earthquake of 1989.
26. Equipment could be located at any of the existing restaurants without serious dislocation or additional expense.
27. Worse, in the short term, would be the economic dislocation caused by the retreat from today's multilateral trading system.
28. There will be blurred distance vision, but the near vision can be good, depending on the type of dislocation.
29. Physical activities need to be monitored as sudden body contact or jarring of the head can bring about further dislocation.
30. Indiana was without Patterson, its leading scorer and rebounder, because of a slight dislocation of his left knee cap.
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