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disseminator

Epidemiology A person who spreads an infection. See High disseminator, Typhoid Mary.
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Technet Since its inception seven years ago, this not-for-profit private business has been the home disseminator of certain types of New Mexico state government information.
The Steel Construction Institute (SCI) is the leading, independent provider of technical expertise and disseminator of best practice to the steel construction sector.
With the Rainmakers List, we wanted to celebrate and honor those who were working under the radar and making rain for others," said Anu Sridharan, Impact Advisor at Rainworks and co-Founder & CEO of Next Drop, a collector and disseminator of water delivery information via mobile phones.
America then became the disseminator of culture and concomitant neologisms.
The employer may, therefore, be held directly liable as a publisher or disseminator of the offending statement.
For in emerging as the often ruthless master of spectacles, Ligurio also emerges as the princi ple disseminator and withholder of knowledge generated by those spectacles.
We strive to be a leading creator, gatherer and disseminator of useful, unique and high-quality news and information, empowering clients to effectively and profitably reach affluent niches, whether local or national, via multi-media options.
As the municipality of SuharekE1/2/Suva Reka has been partner and beneficiary of ADC support through the ADC/CARE project Integrated Regional Development in the Municipality of SuharekE1/2/Suva Reka in the sector of agriculture (IRDS) since 2009, and has established a Municipal Development Center (MDC) and a Local Development Fund (LDF), these innovative structures will be open, as a disseminator of knowledge, advisory services and good practices, to the municipalities of Dragash/Draga and ShtE1/2rpcE1/2/ trpce.
In this classic text first published in 1977, the author examines the theoretical and ideological foundations of views of curriculum as a transmitter of content and product, experiential process and development, or central disseminator of innovation.
The collector and disseminator of traffic information sees opportunities for growth in licensing this information to third parties, in targeting the low cost car installation market and in putting its information into satellite navigation systems.
Futhermore we have to recognize that in principle there is no governmental or non-governmental disseminator of information that can be considered one hundred percent reliable.
Now the Chair of the Weed Out Hate Initiative and disseminator of free Peace Seeds, calls on lovers everywhere to take their relationships to the next level.