Examples of dispersal in a Sentence
the dispersal of plant seeds in the forests through natural means
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Lattimore and rookie defensive end Trey Hendrickson each batted two balls, and the dispersal of the pass breakups shows the Saints were affecting passes at all levels of the defense.
The dispersal follows a crackdown on downtown tent sites on 17th Street, Commercial Street, National Avenue and other places.
The gift, disclosed Monday in regulatory filings, is significantly larger in both value and number of shares than recent dispersals by Mr. Gates, the world’s wealthiest person.
One factor in the divergence appears to have been cataclysmic eruptions of Mount Toba in Sumatra about 73,000 years ago, which destroyed habitat and likely hindered the dispersal of males.
Several of the guild's legal observers said officers last year gave confusing dispersal orders and made arrests without giving protesters a chance to comply, Lafferty said.
This dispersal of technique can be a source of frustration to those who’ve trained in the specific method as developed by the man generally accepted as the founder of modern reiki, Mikao Usui.
Ishmael Tarikh, a civil rights lawyer with the National Lawyers Guild, said police must issue a dispersal order before firing tear gas canisters.
Whatever Seoul says now, if dispersal of radioactive material from North Korean sites or major casualties among North Koreans were to take place, the reaction would likely turn bad fast.
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