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Prince John resumed his retreat from the lists, and the dispersion of the multitude became general.
IVANHOEWALTER SCOTT
I remark first that maize is a plant singularly unprovided with means of dispersion and protection.
ORIGIN OF CULTIVATED PLANTSALPHONSE DE CANDOLLE
The enormous significance of the Dispersion as a preparation for Christianity must not be overlooked.
The dispersion of the unhappy race, particularly in the West, was now complete and final.
The dispersion of this fluid appears to be universal, so that all the parts and organs contain it in a greater or less degree.
In February, 1778, there was almost a famine in the camp, and Washington feared a general mutiny and dispersion.
This property is referred to as the “irrationality of dispersion.”
But not, before the dispersion, unique in essential qualities.
Sorrows are not endured, but fled from; and misfortune becomes the signal for dispersion to those who survive it.
The dispersion of the gusts shakes the streaming locks of the wind upon the four corners of the horizon.

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