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dispersion

dis pur zhuhn

  • n  spreading widely or driving off
  • n  the spatial or geographic property of being scattered about over a range, area, or volume
  • n  the act of dispersing or diffusing something
    the dispersion of the troops

  • That's the conclusion of a comprehensive labor study by the McKinsey Global Institute, which analyzed the shift in income dispersion between 1994 and 2005 and reached a troubling .
  • Al-Qaeda will necessarily have had to put new leadership and communication protocols in place, and its decentralization and dispersion may have changed the very nature of its .
  • This financial emancipation has lead to a dispersion of family into separate households, allowing us to be close when we want (like at Thanksgiving), or put some distance between .
Quotes

  • Donald Kohn in Reuters
    The resulting dispersion of messages has bothered market participants seeking clear, unambiguous guidance about the views of the central bank,Fed Vice Chairman Donald Kohn told the annual meeting of the American Economic Association in...
  • Craig Bellamy in The Age
    Perhaps he'd want to take a look in his own backyard before casting dispersion (sic) at others,Bellamy wrote about Stuart.
  • Pasko Rakic in Food Consumer
    The magnitude of dispersion of labeled neurons was highly variable but increased with duration of exposure to ultrasound waves,Rakic said. "These findings suggested the desirability of further work in this area. We do not have any evidence...

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