Examples of dispersal in a Sentence
the dispersal of plant seeds in the forests through natural means
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The metronomic dispersal of outcomes right and left is the result of our current schism, not a salve for it.
The major roster moves come one day ahead of the Boston Breakers dispersal draft.
The Dash will have the sixth overall selection in Tuesday’s NWSL dispersal draft.
In Salt Lake City, a police operation around a troubled emergency shelter led to hundreds of arrests and, critics said, the abrupt dispersal of the homeless around the community.
Police arrested others who failed to leave the scene after Cleveland police Chief Calvin Williams issued a dispersal order to the crowd.
Defying predictions that online- and mobile-information dispersal would loosen the government’s grip, Chinese authorities have surmounted the technological difficulties of monitoring text messages, emails, blogs and chat sites.
Others are important in the dispersal of seeds, or pollination of flowers.
The level of dispersal and distribution of meaning is huge.
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