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disseminator

Epidemiology A person who spreads an infection. See High disseminator, Typhoid Mary.
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The more disseminator the journalist appears while covering a news item, the less present these three dimensions of role performance are in the news content and vice versa.
Marjorie Perloff ([double dagger]): As an activist and cultural disseminator, Susan Sontag was incomparable.
The first is misappropriation, which arises because each "new" actor (whether author or disseminator) has the capability to appropriate and free ride off of the investments made by existing actors, whether in expressive works, distribution channels, or otherwise.
The panel suggested that GPO (1) develop a business plan to focus its mission on information dissemination as its primary goal, rather than printing; (2) demonstrate to its customers the value it can provide; (3) improve and extend partnerships with agencies to help establish itself as an information disseminator; and (4) ensure that its internal operations are adequate for efficient and effective management of core business functions and for service to its customers.
We hope that our new e-journal will prove an efficient disseminator of new comparative economic knowledge and serve as a doorway for young researchers, in East and West, North and South, to this important and fascinating field.
Version 1.1 provides XML submission and storage; parameterized disseminators, basic access control and authentication; OAI metadata harvesting, a default disseminator, searching, and a batch utility.
federal government is the world's largest creator, disseminator, and user of information, the criticality of having a strong policy framework is obvious.
These are marbitz Torah, "disseminator of Torah," chavayr ha-ir, "friend of the city," a leader who exercises leadership in a friendly, congenial manner, and chacham, sage, one wise and knowledgeable in the ways of the world as well as a scholar and interpreter of Jewish wisdom.
The Information Disseminator -- where teachers publish.
Mintzberg's taxonomy defines managerial roles as a set of behaviors and identifies 10 distinct roles: (1) figurehead; (2) leader; (3) liaison; (4) monitor; (5) disseminator; (6) spokesperson; (7) entrepreneur; (8) disturbance handler; (9) resource allocator; and (10) negotiator.
* In a middle school setting, where every student has the potential to shine, a teacher must be more than a disseminator of information; she must be a passionate, creative, enthusiastic and inspirational resource able to engage and educate a roomful of children, each with different needs and expectations.
It makes every company a potential point-of-purchase advertiser/seller and news disseminator, bypassing traditional media.