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1 Will a change of schools unsettle the child?
2 Mass violence threatened to unsettle the very foundations of government.
3 Changing schools might unsettle the kids.
4 Holidays often unsettle her.
5 Fellows like him unsettle other patients.
6 Still, it has been enough to unsettle oil traders.
7 Karpov employed subtle psychological tactics to unsettle the campion.
8 A recent upset or altercation can unsettle some one with severe dementia,[www.Sentencedict.com] making behaviour even more erratic.
9 The threat of war has been enough to unsettle international oil traders.
10 Nothing can unsettle his resolution.
11 This strike may unsettle the economy.
12 More traditional fears also unsettle China's neighbours.
13 That tea will unsettle varnish on a table.
14 Failure to a firmer agreement then could further unsettle global financial markets.
15 By turning the other check you infuriate and unsettle him . Make surrender a tool of power.
16 The airline's decision to cut air fares is likely to unsettle the market.
17 She was still recovering from the accident so he avoided any subjects which might unsettle her.
18 Diving at it and pecking it may just be enough to unsettle it as it makes the difficult final climb.
19 Such figures are unlikely to sway opponents, and could unsettle some of the waverers.
20 Crouchy is always going to be a big threat and Dirk's strength can unsettle teams.
21 Real use this Marca newspaper as a vehicle to unsettle players.
22 "It's a great kind of springboard," said Reid, who is planning a visit and is determined to learn the haka, the fierce Maori dance used to unsettle opponents before matches.
23 Emerging markets had a more difficult week as US interest rate concerns returned to unsettle investors.
24 If he does — and Taiwan is lobbying hard and expensively to dissuade him — that may further unsettle America.
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