disseminator

NOUN
  1. someone who spreads the news
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  • As the elite, Akhund is not only the inheritor and disseminator of Islam, but also the elucidator and defender of Sharia and Islam religious doctrine.
  • Maybe understanding the undeniable role of markets as collector, codifier, and disseminator of diffuse information has helped to create the social order to improve the quality of life.
  • What's more, he and his crew appear to have dragooned the press into service as disseminators of propaganda and apologists for the failures of administration policy that the government hasn't been able to sidestep.
  • As the elite, Akhund is not only the inheritor and disseminator of Islam, but also the elucidator and defender of Sharia and Islam religious doctrine.
  • The press campaign personnel are the ideology political works inventor, the practitioner, the disseminator, the pusher.
  • They are the reader first, file service are supreme; the principle performer, the humanities atmosphere serves in particular environment buiki, the humanities spirit; the disseminator.
  • Arch-priest and disseminator of the small press message/movement, Len Fulton, will tell you: “The raw heft alone of the published work of Hugh Fox is staggering …. the range of his intellectual inquiry is truly Renaissance: archaeology, anthropology, sociology, literary criticism and reviewing, novels, poetry, plays — there is hardly a genre left ‘unfoxed!’” hugh fox | icehouse & thirteen keys to talmud « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground
  • This thesis is about a research on disseminator influence of star spokesman in TV advertisement.
  • Sociologically speaking, the university teacher is a learned person and scholar, who isa combined body of knowledge disseminator, knowledge organizer, knowledge contributor and knowledge creator.
  • Women appear to be effective disseminators of information; program planners can utilize this valuable information when planning the recruitment stage of future programs.
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