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diffuse

Botany
1. (esp of some creeping stems) spreading loosely over a large area
2. (of plant growth) occurring throughout a tissue
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And this dim ray of light did so diffuse itself within him, and did so kindle up and shine, that at last he had it as plainly and visibly before him as the blaze by which he sat; and, fully persuaded that he was the first to make the discovery, and that he had started, hunted down, fallen upon, and knocked on the head, a perfectly original idea which had never presented itself to any other man, alive or dead, he laid down his pipe, rubbed his hands, and chuckled audibly.
Flora, who had seemed enchanting in all she said and thought, was diffuse and silly.
2012, the SITREVA must find an outlet to the specific diffuse waste (DDS) that deposited by users in its collection centers which do not fall under the responsibility of this eco body.
Youth identified with a diffuse identity style may procrastinate, avoid making decisions, lack concern or worry, and they are confused about their beliefs (Munro, Selman, Esmail, & Heather, 2009).
To order this report: Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma Global Clinical Trials Review, H1, 2014 http://www.
Catchment Sensitive Farming (CSF) has been working in the North East since 2006 to reduce the impact of diffuse water pollution from agriculture on the water courses of the priority catchment within north Northumberland's Tweed, Aln, Coquet and coastal streams.
A beam of gamma rays emitted by a distant galaxy located several hundred million light years away is attenuated on its way to Earth due to interactions with diffuse light.
The study said the agency was targeting the agricultural sector as the main source of diffuse pollution, which comes from multiple dispersed sources such as fields and roads.
Analysis of diffuse scattering in computational crystallography has become increasingly important to understanding complex defects in materials.
To estimate how aerosols affect the rate at which the world's plants take up carbon, Mercado and her colleagues adjusted ah ecosystem model to include the effects of diffuse radiation on vegetation.
Diffuse and multicentric growth pattern is a prominent feature of mucinous tumor; however, it might also be seen in non-mucinous ones [6] Our case is an interesting example of the non-mucinous type, which has diffuse and multicentric growth pattern.
Diffuse esophageal spasm: Not diffuse but distal esophageal spasm (DES).