circulate circulate  /ˈsɜrkjə ˌleɪt/


  1. (v) become widely known and passed on
  2. (v) cause to become widely known
  3. (v) cause be distributed
  4. (v) move through a space, circuit or system, returning to the starting point
  5. (v) move in circles
  6. (v) cause to move in a circuit or system
  7. (v) move around freely
  8. (v) cause to move around


  1. Group kicks off campaign to get fracking ban on Broomfield ballot

    Residents who are concerned about fracking in Broomfield will circulate a petition that calls for a five-year ban on the oil and gas drilling practice. Our Broomfield, formerly called Don't Frack Broomfield, filed a petition with the City and County Clerk's office earlier this week. The group must collect 2,082 signatures to get the issue on the November ballot, said Broomfield elections ...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Denver Post

  2. San Bernardino city clerk invalidates some recall signatures

    SAN BERNARDINO >> City Clerk Gigi Hanna on Wednesday invalidated any signatures asking for a recall election that were gathered before the joint publication of the notice of intention to circulate a recall petition, statement of reasons for the recall and the targeted official's response.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: San Bernardino Sun

  3. In wake of racist email incident, DeGroft won't seek re-election

    ISLE OF WIGHT – Isle of Wight School Board member Herb DeGroft has withdrawn from November's election for the Hardy District School Board seat, while petitions seeking to remove him and Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Byron "Buzz" Bailey from office continue to circulate in Isle of Wight.        
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Daily Press

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  • "In the last two or three years they have been one of the best and most united teams," Germany coach Joachim Loew said. "They circulate the ball well and we couldn't play the way we like to play."
    on Jul 7, 2010 By: Joachim Loew Source:

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