dispersal

[ US /dɪˈspɝsəɫ/ ]
[ UK /dɪspˈɜːsə‍l/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of dispersing or diffusing something
    the dispersion of the troops
    the diffusion of knowledge
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How To Use dispersal In A Sentence

  • But the police were reluctant because of issues over crowd dispersal and transport.
  • Subsequent events, such as fruit maturation and fruit dispersal, were noted and recorded once a week.
  • Since frugivore seed dispersal is so important in the tropics, many researchers have studied the loss of frugivores and related it to changed plant population dynamics. Frugivore
  • But the process of dispersal was so slow that the rate of faunal replacement between different groups was much slower than the process of evolution within them.
  • This smoke or flame, perhaps, would be the better word for it was so bright that the deep blue sky overhead and the hazy stretches of brown common towards Chertsey, set with black pine trees, seemed to darken abruptly as these puffs arose, and to remain the darker after their dispersal. The War of The Worlds
  • Yunupingu, who is reportedly embroiled in a dispute with family members over the dispersal of mining royalties and grants, gave no details about the mine proposal or how it would be financed.
  • We observed an influx of long-tailed ducks into coastal lagoons in July, followed by dispersal to other areas in late August.
  • Francis Crick, codiscoverer of the structure of DNA, proposes direct panspermia: dispersal of single-celled organisms throughout the Galaxy.
  • Will oversee tooling inventory, storage, and dispersal to the shop.
  • The internationalism if film distribution has always guaranteed the rapid dispersal of any significant discovery.
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