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Spell check of disruption

Correct spelling: disruption

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Examples of usage:

1) In fact, it would have been most unfortunate had the majority of the Northerners been from the beginning in hearty accord with the Abolitionists; at the best it would have resulted at that time in the disruption of the Union and the perpetuation of slavery in the South. - "Thomas Hart Benton", Theodore Roosevelt.

2) The Linapi nations, although earlier, came the same way, and over the ice of Behring Strait, after its disruption. - "The American Nations, Vol. I.", C. S. Rafinesque.

3) There was a tradition that one of the Disruption fathers had preached in the Free Kirk for one hour and fifty minutes on the bulwarks of Zion, and had left the impression that he was only playing round the outskirts of his subject. - "Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush", Ian Maclaren.