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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of dispatch.


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  • They were dispatched from the playoffs in five games, following San Jose's 2-1 victory on Saturday.

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  • The tiny airships, dispatched from the warships, contained but two men each, and over all cities, towns, and villages they wheeled and curved, one man directing the ship, the other man throwing over the glass tubes.


  • A man dispatched from the gatehouse approached Knight Commander Montyr, who watched his charges proudly.

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  • He’s dispatched from the powers and leaves accordingly.

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  • Anne is a redheaded orphan given to great flights of fancy, who is dispatched from a Nova Scotia orphanage to the island farm of the aged siblings Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert.

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  • There are generically bad films, like League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, where the plot is so cliched that getting to the end is like a checklist: Sub-villain dispatched?

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  • When Menachem Begin dispatched Israeli fighter planes to destroy Iraq's Osirak plant, he knew there was only one target, and that if it was eliminated, Iraq's nuclear program would be set back for many years.

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  • On July 20, 1966, an EB66C was dispatched from the 41st Tactical

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  • On July 20, 1966, an EB66C was dispatched from the 41st Tactical Reconnaissance

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  • Every month a courier with a bag of money was dispatched from the racket enterprise.

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