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widely-scattered

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  • A Menard spokesman said the jets are an efficient way for employees to conduct on-site visits and training at widely-scattered stores.

    For the Highest Fliers, New Scrutiny

  • The vegetation is simple, mostly widely-scattered creosote bushes.

    Adaptations of desert plants

  • The terrain consists mostly of broad, flat valleys with widely-scattered, small mountain ranges of almost barren rock.

    Subdivisions of the Sonoran Desert

  • For example, I now have a pro Flickr account so that I can more easily share photos with my widely-scattered family.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • And other than just a few random, literally widely-scattered reporting places there in Honduras and Nicaragua, there's no way to know what that storm truly is.

    CNN Transcript Sep 4, 2007

  • These are seven different viewpoints from widely-scattered sources, but all of them agree on one thing: for better or worse, George W. Bush has re-defined how the world sees America.

    January 2004

  • A dozen widely-scattered white smoke-puffs broke from the rugged face in front of us.

    Churchill On The Frontier - Mamund Valley II

  • To meet the wants of the widely-scattered people, fifteen churches have been built, holding from 500 up to 1000.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • JEFF GREENFIELD, CNN SENIOR ANALYST: What happens now is that we radically shift the terrain from one state at a time, as in Iowa and New Hampshire, to seven widely-scattered states all across the continent.

    CNN Transcript Jan 28, 2004

  • Four widely-scattered planets with advanced life forms were the nucleus of the resistance in the First Galaxy: Tellus, known as Earth or Terra, Velantia, Rigel Four, and Palain Seven.

    The Dragon Lensman

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