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circulate

(sûr′kyə-lāt′)
v. circu·lated, circu·lating, circu·lates
v.intr.
1. To move in or flow through a circle or circuit: blood circulating through the body.
2. To move around, as from person to person or place to place: a guest circulating at a party.
3. To move about or flow freely, as air.
4. To spread widely among persons or places; disseminate: Gossip tends to circulate quickly.
v.tr.
To cause to move about or be distributed: Please circulate these fliers.

cir′cu·la′tive (-lā′tĭv) adj.
cir′cu·la′tor n.
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If they were found circulating violence videos then they will be booked.
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Two of these three patients continued on treatment in the second cycle and further decreases in circulating leukemic cells in the blood and within the bone marrow were observed.
In recent years the Royal Mint says the requirement for circulating coins has "declined globally" and the market to supply them has become increasingly competitive.
This news report which is circulating on social media tools and websites is a totally false, the statement emphasized.
The Central Board of Secondary Education said that some "miscreants" were circulating rumours to disturb the examination even as the exam was underway.
TfGM's head of Metrolink Danny Vaughan, said: "While it's true we do love our customers, I'm sorry to inform anyone who thought they'd get a free ride this weekend that the poster that's been circulating on social media is fake news."
SENIOR officers tried to "belittle" Garda whistleblower Maurice McCabe by circulating a memo saying his corruption claims were unfounded, his lawyer has said.
Circulating endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs), which are derived from the bone marrow, maintain endothelial integrity and improve vascular endothelial function [10, 11].
Over the last decade, several studies focused on circulating nucleic acids as potential cell-cell communication mediators or as disease biomarkers, thus potentially improving and extending the strategies to understand and diagnose/prognose many different diseases.