Definition of Dispersals

1. Noun. (plural of dispersal) ¹



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Definition of Dispersals

1. dispersal [n] - See also: dispersal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dispersals

dispeople
dispeopled
dispeopler
dispeoplers
dispeoples
dispeopling
dispeptic
disperge
disperged
disperging
disperple
dispersal
dispersal habitat
dispersals (current term)
dispersant
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disperse phase
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dispersed
dispersed particles
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dispersedness
disperseness
disperser
dispersers

Literary usage of Dispersals

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1910)
"There have been northward and southward dispersals of types, and eastward and westward dispersals as well. There has certainly been land connection between ..."

2. The Connoisseur by George Colman, B. Thornton (1904)
"The sale on Saturday, July 9th, was one of the several interesting dispersals of the season. It comprised the pictures of old masters of the late Mr. TL ..."

3. The Fortnightly Review (1882)
"Thus, not only are butcheries toned down to "dispersals," but even "dispersals" are spoken of as little as possible. Acts of war among the islands, ..."

4. Volcanic Ash and Aviation Safety: Proceedings of the First International edited by T. J. Casadevall (1995)
"We have repeated diffusion tests with various values of K, and the resulting dispersals are compared with satellite images of actual dispersals from Redoubt ..."

5. Failing the Internally Displaced: The UNDP Displaced Persons Programs in by Binaifer Nowrojee (1997)
"8 The forced dispersals at Maela brought the UNDP program to ... UNDP protested the dispersals in a letter to the government and publicly disassociated ..."

6. European Animals: Their Geological History and Geographical Distribution by Robert Francis Scharff (1907)
"By carefully observing how the dispersals of animals are brought about nowadays, we are enabled to judge of the dispersals of the past. ..."

7. Ireland: Industrial and Agricultural by William P. Coyne (1902)
"Unlike other parts of the country, Roscommon has confined, and still does mainly con- Strictly speaking, the big autumn dispersals above referred to are not ..."

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