Disturbing [adjective]

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A disturbing notice from the IRS, coded “CP21C,” informed recipients that the agency was offsetting their stimulus payments because of a possible federal debt they owed — from 14 years ago.

Over the weekend, I saw a disturbing number of people on social media say they only want the Moderna or Pfizer shots, and would reject the J&J vaccine if it was the only option available to them.

New York Attorney General Letitia James called the incident with the 9-year-old “deeply disturbing and wholly unacceptable,” adding that her office was “looking into” the matter.

The sound design, like the disturbing sound of a blade cutting through flesh, is equally excellent.

McCarthy’s office told Axios that the comments are “deeply disturbing” and said he “plans to have a conversation with the Congresswoman about them.”

Philadelphia Health Commissioner Thomas Farley said at a Tuesday briefing that the allegations were “very disturbing” if true, and that any leftover vaccine doses should have been returned to the city.

News accounts such as this one and this one covered it all in detail, using the word “boogie” a disturbing number of times.

It’s yet another demonstration of Doshi’s skill that this work of art functions so evocatively both as a symbol in the novel and a linchpin to its disturbing plot.

It’s one thing to use this as motivation to right the wrongs of the world, but nearly every expert and activist told me that having a way to deal with disturbing images is important.

That’s what makes this so different and disturbing from anything I have ever seen in politics and unrest.