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1. A vague feeling of disorientation or strangeness relative to the immediate environment. 3.
2. A father's self-confidence and certainty were transformed into disorientation, self-doubt and a morbid contemplation of death.
3. Drug dealing, indiscriminate violence, other crime and family disorientation and disintegration are now all aspects of everyday existence.
4. Disorientation is normal in transport.
5. His disorientation was the result of inattention.
6. Have you seen him experience any dizziness or disorientation?
7. The impact includes the feeling of drowsiness, disorientation, shakiness , dry mouth, blurred vision and an inability to concentrate.
8. Fortunately, disorientation in Headstand subsides fairly quickly. With regular practice, you can begin to experience the benefits which led the yogis to call Sirsasana the "King of Asanas."
9. For all that, Japan's disorientation is about more than the miscalculations of economic policymakers.
10. A neurologic examination may detect disorientation, abnormal gait, altered reflexes, and sensory or motor neuron ...
11. The current disorientation inside the Forum is solved by creating a new axis for main circulation.
12. Morris was so stunned by this that he experienced a moment of total disorientation.
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13. Parkgoers draw perverse amusement from watching its victims stagger about in a state of vertiginous disorientation, after just one ride.
14. The elation of witnessing birth may be followed by a sense of disorientation at being a displaced person.
15. The most pernicious consequence of these internal Soviet developments was the disorientation of the proletarian vanguard in other countries.
16. He would find her under sedation - a bit dopey and drowsy, and still in a state of some disorientation and shock.
17. The main features of poisoning include: lethargy, sensation, movement disorders, hallucinations, delusions , disorientation, and so on.
18. Increasing degrees of success on the Teleportation Trial can reduce or eliminate disorientation.
19. The introduction of such travel technology initially led to disorientation and required a new outlook.
20. Waking from this stage results in sleep inertia, that grogginess and disorientation that can last for half an hour or more.
21. A sudden change in sensorium is the most common symptom and ranges from disorientation to coma.
22. You'll be feeling a bit whiplashed,[sentencedict.com] but that sense of disorientation hints at the fast-paced city that lies ahead.
23. TOP BUZZ - High speed multidirectional movements guaranteeing the riders a space travel like disorientation experience.
24. Some use it as a means to depict their disorientation and melancholy.
25. To cause a person , for example to experience disorientation.
26. Since your nervous system demands the use of two-thirds of your blood sugar, the deficit created by anaerobic exercise can cause neuromuscular problems like headaches or disorientation.
27. This behavior is so unexpected that it generates instant disorientation ( and sometimes even anger ).
28. Also, increased carbon dioxide levels in the blood can lead to altered states of consciousness and feeling of expansiveness , and in extreme states of disorientation and hallucination.
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