- v. UK alternative spelling of circularize.
- v. canvass by distributing letters
- v. distribute circulars to
- v. cause to become widely known
“Would Hoover circularise his description and offer a reward?”
“Ordinarily, the spacecraft would have used their own propulsion systems to refine and circularise orbits at a geostationary altitude of some 36,000km.”
“The satellite's apogee motor will be fired three times over the coming five days to circularise its orbit and solar panels and antennas will be fully deployed by the beginning of next week.”
“Secretary-General of the United Nations to circularise this memorandum to all delegations of member-states when the "Question of Race Conflict in South”
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