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  1. disordersverb

    Third person singular simple present of to disorder.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of disorders in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of disorders in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of disorders in a Sentence

  1. Lewis County:

    What we did is we just went backwards on helping people with mental health needs, substance abuse disorders, and the homeless. Those three things go hand in hand, these laws have done nothing to protect those people and help those people get out of the situation they’re in.

  2. Brene Brown:

    We live in a world where most people still subscribe to the belief that shame is a good tool for keeping people in line. Not only is this wrong, but it’s dangerous. Shame is highly correlated with addiction, violence, aggression, depression, eating disorders, and bullying.

  3. Filip Bergquist:

    What we are hoping for with this device is to find a treatment for movement disorders where Levodopa, Parkinson's disease where Levodopa is not enough. And in particular in patients with Parkinson's disease where there is problem with gait and balance. But this may not be restricted to Parkinson's disease, so there may be other conditions with poor balance where you could use electrical stimulation of the vestibular organs, the balance organs to improve balance and gait.

  4. The CDC:

    Having mood disorders, including depression, and schizophrenia spectrum disorders can make you more likely to get severely ill from COVID-19.

  5. Claire Mysko:

    We're not making a causal relationship in that BMI tests cause eating disorders because these are very, very complex illnesses ... but these tests can be trigger moments, so if someone is vulnerable and in a vulnerable place (and is) being weighed at school or being measured in whatever way ... these are things that can be very triggering for those who are at risk.

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