Dispand

Dis`pand´


v. t.1.To spread out; to expand.
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"Our plan aims to cause minimum disruption to people's enjoyment while the work is being done, leave the smallest possible footprint once completed and cause no adverse affect to Llyn Padarn and its wildlife." I wish these groups working against renewable's in snowdoniawould dispand HELEN HOWE: If that's the case how come 800m squared of.trees need to be cut down?
It is nine years since Wimbledon's famous Crazy Gang dispanded and a new club was set up in Milton Keynes.
Price Wrexham 11 New Brighton 1 January 3, 1934 THIS rousing 11-1 victory over the now dispanded New Brighton was Wrexham's biggest winning margin since becoming a professional club in the early 1900s and it remains the club's greatest ever win.