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deploy

Definition for deploy

verb as in redistribute, station troops or weapons

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In some cases, though, app developers may seek to deploy the phone or camera without permission in order to obtain data.

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We will need to enable EU companies to get into the pole position developing, deploying and commercializing low-carbon solutions.

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That mission would deploy a small probe into the Venusian atmosphere to collect data, although it would likely carry only one instrument, limiting the scope of any resulting research.

Experts, however, have cautioned against deploying an immunization before finishing clinical trials and receiving official approval that it’s safe and effective.

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“There is a logic to having an army locally situated in a battleground state, having them up and online and ready to be deployed,” Jamieson said.

Fink stresses the need for Nigeria to train and deploy women into more prominent law enforcement roles.

Stasio would join the Fourth Brigade, Second Infantry Division, “the Raiders,” and deploy to Iraq.

The ‘have not’ units are those squadrons based at home in the United States that are not immediately preparing to deploy.

But the Apaches are short range and need maintenance troops to deploy with them into a location within Iraq itself.

The Obama administration has insisted that it will not deploy American troops to Syria.

The boys were to lead them to the "lane," as they called it, and there they would deploy slightly and lay in wait for the quarry.

Miss Matilda was in no condition just then to deploy the expected maidenly emotions.

For these reasons, Admiral Jellicoe decided therefore—and it had to be an instant decision—to deploy in the manner described.

Seven by the clock: Deploy, at any rate; let us cover our post; and be in readiness for events.

He promised to deploy into his new position as early as possible on the following morning.

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On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deploy, such as: expand, open, set up, use, arrange, and display.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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