Verb to disseminate ( third-person singular simple present disseminates , present participle disseminating , simple past and past participle disseminated ) .
…(transitive) To sow and scatter principles, ideas, opinions, and errors for growth and propagation , like seed.
The myth is disseminated throughout the southwest. .
(intransitive) To become scattered . (MORE)
we can disseminate information through technology such as internet internet, cellular phone, telephone or any gadget that made by the technology. we can also disseminate infor…mation through journal or by verbal way. (MORE)
From three websites including dictionary.com, I have come to theconclusion that Adenocarcinoma is a type of cancerous (malignant)tumor that can appear anywhere in the body but… mostly originatingin glandular tissue. This type of tumor is more commonly found incolon, lung, and breast cancer. Disseminated I assume just meansthat it is widely spread. (MORE)
2nd chance: Disseminate knowledge in modern world today is more convenient than in America's early years. There is an old joke about this, and the answer is "Tell a Woman" ins…isting that women can't keep secrets. Modern conveniences such as telegraphs, telephone, emails and radio amd TV, computers, even smart phones, kindles, books, newspapers, twitter, You Tube, etc. Major problem today is not getting the word but too much information is hurting citizens' lives. Is it better than ringing a bell to warn settlers? This is evolving rapidly. Maybe someday people will have a chip in their head that will allow them to communicate without electronic devices. (MORE)
Dissemination of aikido actually represents a departure from the Founder's approach in favor of the use of the opponents speed and stgrengh to fight againts him. Aikido was ac…hieved by the master Morihei Ueshiba. In Aikido, the dynamic sphere is the center where Dissemination of aikido became where the student uses the opp0ments movements to defeat it or them. It also means to win without damaging the other guy in the combat unlles it is necessary. (MORE)