During the chaos, more than six dozen inmates escaped from the local prison, although some were re-arrested.
The loss of electricity caused chaos throughout the city. When the police arrived, the street was in total chaos. The country had descended into economic chaos.
Chaos may refer to any state of confusion or disorder, it may also refer to: Lawlessness (disambiguation), a lack of laws or law enforcement; Anarchy, lawlessness or ...
Chaos theory is the field of study in mathematics that studies the behavior and condition of dynamical systems that are highly sensitive to initial conditions—a ...
caos m (plural caos) chaos; Derived terms . caótico; Romanian Etymology . An uncommon spelling of haos, from Latin chaos. Pronunciation .
Directed by Tony Giglio. With Jason Statham, Ryan Phillippe, Wesley Snipes, Henry Czerny. Two cops, a rookie and a grizzled vet, pursue an accomplished bank robber.
cha·os (kā′ŏs′) n. 1. A condition or place of great disorder or confusion. 2. A disorderly mass; a jumble: The desk was a chaos of papers and unopened letters.
Created by Tom Spezialy. With Freddy Rodríguez, Eric Close, James Murray, Carmen Ejogo. Rogue CIA agents battle the bureaucracy.
The big news about chaos is supposed to be that the smallest of changes in a system can result in very large differences in that system’s behavior.
1977, Irwin Edman, Adam, the Baby, and the Man from Mars, page 54: or out of these chaoses order may be made, out of this ferment a clear wine of life.