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disseminate - verb

To spread or scatter widely, as seed is sown; to distribute, broadcast, disperse, as in disseminate information.

"Nations, like individuals, wish to enjoy a fair reputation. It is therefore desirable for us that the slanders on our country, disseminated by hired or prejudiced travellers, should be corrected."

—Thomas Jefferson to James Ogilvie, 1811 http://www.famguardian.org/Subjects/Politics/ThomasJefferson/jeff1600.htm

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