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disseminator

Epidemiology A person who spreads an infection. See High disseminator, Typhoid Mary.
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s), the data shows significant differences according to media orientation in the presence of the disseminator (t = 11.
The technological challenger, meanwhile, invests its own producer surplus (based on its more efficient supply curve) in efforts to prevent government from protecting the disseminator or increasing the challenger's costs.
The Information Disseminator is the area a visitor first encounters on the site.
The first four dealt with the personal characteristics--the data indicated that female CAOs placed more emphasis on the leader, liaison, and disseminator roles than their male counterparts, and that older CAOs placed more emphasis on the monitor role than their younger counterparts.
It makes every company a potential point-of-purchase advertiser/seller and news disseminator, bypassing traditional media.
The company has also announced that its Hoover's Media Technologies (HMT) subsidiary is teaming with CCN Newswire, a disseminator of news releases for Canadian organizations, to provide a subscription service for public relations professionals to gather online competitive intelligence.
Observers often point out that Syria is still without the Internet, which Assad feared as a disseminator of dissident ideas.
The Government Relations committee acts as a clearinghouse and disseminator of relevant information to members.
It defined "false information" as "information which is not based on reliable, scientific facts and reliable scientific data which the disseminator knows or should have known to be false.
A prolific disseminator of ideas, he was one of the first to plead in favour of flexibility of working hours, a theme very much in vogue today.
S/He is an originator, not an implementer; a strategist, not a technician or tactician; and a relationship builder, not an information disseminator.
When an elected official evinces a similar mindset, it becomes downright disturbing, and suggests a final parallel with Leaves of Grass's White House disseminator.