scatteredly

scatteredly

(ˈskætədlɪ)
adv
in a scattered or disordered manner
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Common indigenous and Deshi white ducks are scatteredly distributed throughout Bangladesh that has been maintained by the farmers as family poultry under traditional husbandly practices (FAO, 2004).
Mucous cells are present scatteredly throughout the intestinal mucosa.
Mainly based on the "weapon of the weak" (Scott, 1990)--however, the weapon here was the body of the weak, and the transcript is "public transcript" rather than "hidden transcript" (Scott, 1990) - the subaltern people perform "justice resistance" (Yang, 2009) spontaneously, implicitly and scatteredly, through which "realpolitiks of resistance" (Comaroff 1985) and "infrapolitics" (Scott 1990) are formed.