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Definition of Dispatchment

Dispatchment
Dispatchment Dis*patch"ment, n. [Cf. OF. despechement.] The act of dispatching. [Obs.] --State Trials (1529).

Meaning of Dispatchment from wikipedia

- The Dispatch is an American conservative subscription-based and adverti****t-free online magazine founded by Jonah Goldberg, Stephen F. Hayes, and Toby...
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