What is disperse?

  • (verb): Cause to separate.
    Example: "Disperse particles"
    Synonyms: break up, scatter
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Disperse

Disperse is a Christian Rock band from Southern Indiana. The band was formerly known, with an adjusted roster, as "Stuff."

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Spotted Owl - Major Life Events - Dispersal
... Juvenile Spotted Owls disperse in late summer to fall ... Although variable, most Spotted Owls disperse less than 19 miles (30 km) ... adult (>two years old) Spotted Owl s disperse from their territories ...
Palierne Equation
... dynamic modulus of the continuous phase (matrix), is the volume fraction of the disperse phase and the is given as where is the dynamic modulus of the disperse phase, is the surface ... equation is usually extended for the finite volume concentrations of the disperse phase as ...
Disperse Orange 1
... Disperse Orange 1 (4-anilino-4'-nitroazobenzene) is a dye of the azobenzene class ... Disperse Orange 1 contains approximately 25% dye by weight, with the remaining mass consisting of NaCl and other salts ...
The Riot Act in Other Countries - Australia
... and Processions Act (1958) allowed a magistrate to disperse a crowd with the words (or words to the effect of) Our Sovereign Lady the Queen doth strictly charge and ... The same Act allows a magistrate to appoint citizens as "Special Constables" to disperse a crowd, and provides indemnity for the hurting or killing of unlawfully assembled people in an ...

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Famous quotes containing the word disperse:

    Either disperse these mists, which blot and fill
    My perspective, still, as they pass:
    Or else remove me hence unto that hill
    Where I shall need no glass.
    Henry Vaughan (1622–1695)

    Let me have
    A dram of poison, such soon-speeding gear
    As will disperse itself through all the veins
    That the life-weary taker may fall dead,
    And that the trunk may be discharged of breath
    As violently as hasty powder fired
    Doth hurry from the fatal cannon’s womb.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)