Dispatchment


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Dis`patch´ment


n.1.The act of dispatching.
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The two memos of understanding aims to developing the relations between two countries in different fields of training, development, consultations, research, working by system of dispatchment, investment in human resources and drawing up training structure, adding that he will meet in the coming visit some of officials in the Sultanate of Oman.
LONDON, Dec 20 (KUNA) -- The British Ministry of Defense announced on Saturday a dispatchment of about 100 additional soldiers to Sierra Leone to support international efforts to combat Ebola.
Brian Purcell will face a grilling from members of the Justice Committee over his dispatchment to the former Garda Commissioner's home by the Taoiseach.
In the first phase, ballot papers will be printed for Balochistan and Sindh provinces while full proof stapes were taken for printing as well as dispatchment of the ballot papers.