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Another word for dissemination

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Noun
  1. The passing out or spreading about of something

      1. The flow of sap in a plant
      2. Movement in a circle or circuit, especially the movement of blood through bodily vessels as a result of the heart's pumping action.
      3. Movement or passage through a system of vessels, as of water through pipes; flow.
      1. The act or process of dispersing or the condition of being dispersed.
      2. A dispersing or being dispersed; distribution
      1. (Statistics) The degree of scatter of data, usually about an average value, such as the median.
      2. (Physics) Separation of a complex wave into its component parts according to a given characteristic, such as frequency or wavelength.
      3. The resolution of a complex electromagnetic radiation into components in accordance with some characteristic, as wavelength or energy
      1. A spatial or temporal array of objects or events, especially:
      2. The geographic occurrence or range of a custom, usage, or other feature.
      3. A characterization of the occurrence of the actual unique values in a set of data (as in a frequency distribution) or of the theoretical unique values of a random variable (as in a probability distribution).
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    collect

Another word for dissemination

Noun
      1. Reproduction or multiplication, as of a plant or animal
      2. Multiplication or increase, as by natural reproduction.
      3. (Physics) The act or process of propagating, especially the process by which a disturbance, such as the motion of electromagnetic or sound waves, is transmitted through a medium such as air or water.
      1. A spatial or temporal array of objects or events, especially:
      2. The geographic occurrence or range of a custom, usage, or other feature.
      3. A characterization of the occurrence of the actual unique values in a set of data (as in a frequency distribution) or of the theoretical unique values of a random variable (as in a probability distribution).
      1. (Anthrop.) The spread of a cultural or technological practice or innovation from one region or people to another, as by trade or conquest
      2. (Physics) The scattering of incident light by reflection from a rough surface.
      3. An intermingling of the molecules of liquids, gases, etc.