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disperse

 [dis-pers´]
to scatter the component parts, as of a tumor or the fine particles in a colloid system; also, the particles so dispersed.

dis·perse

(dis-pĕrs'),
To dissipate, to cause disappearance of, to scatter, to dilute.

disperse

/dis·perse/ (dis-pers´) to scatter the component parts, as of a tumor or the fine particles in a colloid system; also, the particles so dispersed.

disperse

[dispərs′]
Etymology: L, dis + spargere to scatter
to scatter the component parts, as of a tumor or of the fine particles in a colloid system; also the particles so scattered.

dis·perse

(dis-pĕrs')
To dissipate, to cause disappearance of, to scatter, to dilute.

disperse

to scatter the component parts, as of a tumor or the fine particles in a colloid system; also, the particles so dispersed.
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Aswat Masriya reported that protests in Mohandeseen and Matareya were also forcibly dispersed with tear gas.
As an illustrative example the presented expresions are used to derive the statistically averaged continuity and momentum equations for the continuous phase of a dispersed Two-Phase flow.
Although I have never been able to prove the connection, over the years I have seen a number of cases where paint with flocculated pigment or seeds showed solvent popping, but a better dispersed batch did not.
The prevailing exchange economy knit town and countryside together into multiple, broadly dispersed reciprocal relationships and obligations for goods and labor, embracing places as far-flung as Philadelphia.
And on Saturday, 25 spot checks were made, another seven ASBO forms completed and 48 people dispersed.
The scope of the spread in dispersed attacks determines their impact on local responding agencies.
Geographically dispersed cluster configurations should be implemented, especially around storage and data replication components of the solution.
The investigation considered arising new conditions to include four key building blocks of the change-based environment including: (1) the dispersed or virtual domain; (2) the concept of teams; (3) the construct of a network and, (4) the need for knowledge creation.
The soils were classified for dispersion as follows: (i) spontaneously dispersed where the soils had a spontaneous dispersion rating >2, (ii) mechanically dispersed where the mechanical dispersion rating was >2, and (iii) soils which had a mechanical dispersion rating <2 were termed not dispersed.
Technology, it is held, enables them to do quite well in dispersed locations and, besides, lower Manhattan is not a low cost place to do business.
Fans hanging around outside Staples Center were immediately dispersed.