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Agricultural runoff fertilizes algae, further upsetting reef ecology.
Conservationists argue that overfishing on the reefs is upsetting the natural balance.
What's even more upsetting is that these habits are virtually impossible to fix.
The real threat isn't a changing climate upsetting the foundation of human civilization.
To be able to think logically, you may also need to train your brain to block out thoughts that are upsetting or distracting.
Both processes will remain upsetting right up to the moment, if it comes, that you win.
Regardless, it was understandably enormously upsetting to my colleague.
Either answer is upsetting, but for different reasons.
They also explore the best way to move forward: how to prevent the event from reoccurring or how to make it seem less upsetting.
In the upsetting of the wagon two of his ribs were broken, and he was otherwise bruised and injured.
And yet these terms on examination are not at all upsetting.
At the same time, be warned also that you can spoil a dish by being too lavish and upsetting the balance of the ingredients.
Horse accidents are always upsetting, but especially when they shatter the sense of imperviousness and insulation of high society.
But their tastes were insulting to the chef, and upsetting by birthright to the crew.
His unavailability sometimes left other partners in the lurch, upsetting their vacation plans.
When birds move, the insects or plants they eat often do not, possibly upsetting ecosystems unchanged for thousands of years.
Keeping the party ideologically united without upsetting the many disparate individuals at its heart is a major challenge.
That's surprising because in past recessions viewers shunned financial news because they found it too upsetting.
He raised prices in the midst of a financial crisis, upsetting many a customer.
Can't draw attention to yourself without saying something new, paradoxical and upsetting.
The author falls out with a friend because of three upsetting incidents.
If people were sensible they would never find natural organisms such as maggots to be upsetting.
These feelings, however, are so upsetting that they would disrupt sleep if they appeared undisguised.
She can sit through reels of upsetting footage without a single start.
Any time you change up your diet, you risk upsetting your digestive system.
She should wrap the presents but put them in a closet to avoid upsetting her brother.
If that happens, the achievement could be as upsetting as it is amazing.
Cognitive disorders and delirium can be upsetting to the patient's family and caregivers.
The net upsetting is proportional to the width across the vee, so the amount of upsetting increases from top to bottom of the vee.
Veterans and active duty military personnel may have witnessed or participated in frightening and upsetting aspects of combat.
Information regarding placing a bid, upsetting a bid and the amount required for the deposit.
Whether you're at home or somewhere else, a sudden fall can be startling and upsetting.
So we'll desensitize and eventually it won't be upsetting to us.
Some people say that they want to avoid upsetting those closest to them.
Ask your partner if anything is upsetting him or her.

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