Thesaurus / dispatch

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In a series of dispatches, writers look at new ways to tackle issues from closing the digital divide and mapping insect populations to measuring societal health and encouraging long-term thinking.
Each dispatch might be less in-depth, but still filled with the news-you-can-use, resources, and inspiration you need to better stay on top of a rapidly changing world.
DeJoy has claimed that the lone operational change he instituted was enforcing a stricter dispatch schedule of mail transportation trucks and letter carriers to their daily rounds.
For example, the reforms encourage officers to increase their casual presence in certain communities and include social workers in their dispatch runs.
This dispatch was sent in triplicate, by different messengers.
I was just sending a courier to his command with a dispatch.
ROBERT TOOMBSPLEASANT A. STOVALL
Myself and Will Rackaway, who came to help me and old Cassy, remained in charge of the house to dispatch the furniture.
THE HAUNTED HOMESTEADE. D. E. N. SOUTHWORTH
This reply he showed to Seward, then handed it 330to Stanton and ordered him to sign and dispatch it at once.
Experience has taught me that there is nothing like dispatch in these matters.
The conversation in two tongues proceeded through the secretary with dispatch and accuracy.
ACROSS THE MESAJARVIS HALL

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