disposure

Related to disposure: Excurse, Perseverant, hereunder

disposure

(dɪˈspəʊʒə)
n
a rare word for disposal, disposition
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We engaged young people to gather and bring to us at least one million plastic and glass bottles from homes, offices and drainages; these we bought from them for proper disposure by the authorities.
By not paying for legal disposure of the waste, Seaside Leisure Parks Ltd avoided costs of approximately 2,000.
Numerous studies have documented critical antecedents of entrepreneurial intention, including exposure to entrepreneurial role models (Austin & Nauta, 2016; Van Auken, Fry, & Stephens, 2006), disposure of intellectual capital (Alcaniz, Gomez-Bezares, & Roslender, 2010; Razmi & Firoozabadi, 2016), and previous entrepreneurial experience (Hockerts, 2015; Ozaralli & Rivenburgh, 2016).
In this climate even a Philhellenic Committee was formed in 1863, which enlisted sixteen MPs with a Liberal, or Radical, disposure. (4)