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to cause to separate and go in various directions

to pass (something) out

to disappear by or as if by rising

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Most owls of both sexes dispersed <5 km, and no males were observed to disperse >9 km (Fig.
Table 62: US Imports of Disperse Dyes And Preparations
FM mixer has the ability to frictionally elevate the temperature of material being mixed and to disperse agglomerated fine powders including most pigments.
Pc Mark Lamb, from Hillwood Road police base, said: "The orders mean we can escort under-16s home if they live within the dispersal area and ask others to disperse.
The actual number of soils in each dispersion and sodicity class was calculated and proportions were used to determine the hypothesis that sodic soils would disperse and nonsodic soils would not disperse.
In conventional sand systems, the mixer is often depended upon to disperse not only the new clay and temper water and develop the bond, but it additionally must homogenize the new additionally must homogenize the new additions with the mixture of shakeout sand in a very short mulling cycle.
Cleversafe leverages innovative technology to disperse exabytes of digital content across multiple data center locations, reducing the dependency on expensive enterprise arrays and data replication software.
70 [micro]m at position B, which means that Configuration 3 should has a stronger shear to disperse the minor phase (Fig.
Low melt temperature may prevent polymer from wetting the wood adequately and also make it difficult to disperse colorants effectively.
Officers sprayed pepper spray and rubber bullets to disperse the crowd, which pelted the police with rocks, pylons, cans, bottles, asphalt and chunks of concrete.
The ordinance created a criminal offense based on the following four predicates: 1) an officer must reasonably believe that at least one of the two or more individuals present in a "public place" is a criminal street gang member; 2) the individuals must be "loitering," defined as "remaining in any one place with no apparent purpose"; 3) the officer then must order "all" of the individuals to disperse and remove themselves from the area; and 4) a person must disobey the officer's order.
The aim of this study was to determine whether or not the easily dispersed colloidal materials differ in their properties from colloidal materials that do not disperse easily.
There, the explosion serves an important purpose: It is the mechanism the tree uses to disperse its seeds--send them sailing away to start a new life.
BASF Coatings has obtained a patent for a process for preparing a powder coating material comprised of mixing at least two liquid components in a static mixer to give a molecularly disperse and/or finely dispersed liquid mixture, emulsifying the liquid mixture in an aqueous medium in a dispersing unit to give an aqueous emulsion of liquid particles, and one of cooling the emulsion so that a suspension of dimensionally stable particles is formed, and isolating the dimensionally stable particles from the suspension, or isolating dimensionally stable particles directly from the emulsion.
The same applies to the mineral DL carriers--these carbon blacks likewise disperse the liquid droplets in the caverns of their aggregates.