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the passing out or spreading about of something

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the act of dispersing or diffusing something

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One of them, entitled #rememberRABAA, was set to allow users to mention their memories about the dispersals and the violence that followed.
Enria said that banks that have been ordered by regulators to raise fresh capital would have to do so without stopping loan dispersals.
Reactions to the dispersals of Rabaa Al-Adaweya and Al-Nahda squares saw violence spark across the country.
The dispersal resulted in hundreds of killings amongst protesters, who staged the sit-in initially as a pre-emptive move when the popular uprising against Muslim Brotherhood rule gained momentum.
The Rabaa Al-Adaweya dispersal was condemned by human rights organisations, namely Human Rights Watch (HRW) which reported that approximately 1,000 people died during the dispersal.
The original dispersal order proved successful in cracking down on louts but that order expired on March 8.
Amin denied that armed forces took part in the dispersal of the Rab sit-in, adding that they were only present in the sit-in's vicinity to secure it.
Wiki Thawra, a website dedicated to documenting the revolution put the latest death toll of the Rab sit-in dispersal at 969.
A supporter of ousted president Morsi searches through debris in Cairo on August 14, 2013 after the sit in dispersal
Exact figures on the number of protesters killed during the dispersals are still disputed but hover near 1,000 deaths, according to two separate counts.
The national independent fact-finding commission gathering information regarding the dispersal of pro-Morsi si-ins at Rabaa Al-Adaweya and Nahda squares will send its report to President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi on 21 September.
With the first anniversary of the dispersals upcoming, El-Beblawi told Daily News Egypt: "My heart remains reassured of the decision", and if he had the chance to face the decision again, he would take the same steps to restore state prestige and rule-of-law.
Exact figures on the number of protester killed during the dispersals are still disputed.
Rights groups estimated that almost 1,500 people were arrested following the dispersals, which, according to official figures, resulted in approximately 600 deaths, although independent counts put the death toll at approximately 1,000.
Crop maturation did not appear important in controlling the timing of dispersal as most dispersals occurred before corn plants were high enough to shelter deer, even when lying down.