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  • He wrote less than did others, and many of his works circulated under their names.
  • Few circulated in any real sense so they often remain in well-preserved condition.
  • These windows could be fully opened to circulate fresh air into the building.
  • This became the first such scene from deep time to be widely circulated.
  • The circulating schools may have taught half the country's population to read.
  • You are what you are through the influence of the blood that circulates throughout your entire body. Cited from Vitality Supreme, by Bernarr Macfadden
  • It became the first such scene from what later became known as deep time to be widely circulated.
  • The story had been widely circulated by the time the meeting was held the next month.
  • When first built traffic could circulate around the central island in both directions.
  • These conditions may cause low blood pressure because they prevent the body from being able to circulate enough blood.
  • At the same time, most money circulating in a modern economy is inside money.
  • While the library is open to the public, its rare collection is non-circulating.
  • Copies of the recording were circulated among friends and family after her death.
  • This popular service can circulate as much material as a branch location.
  • This will save lot of papers being used for circulating reports as done currently.
  • Though the last notes were issued during that year, they may have circulated for some time after.
  • It was primarily meant as a research library, and its books did not circulate.
  • Though copies do not circulate often, they command high prices when they do.
  • The fort has a system to circulate water around it for safety.
  • Most nations have at least one newspaper that circulates throughout the whole country: a national newspaper.
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Words starting with circulate

Meaning of circulate

  • verb Cause to become widely known
    spread information, circulate a rumor, broadcast the news
  • verb Cause be distributed
    This letter is being circulated among the faculty
  • verb Move through a space, circuit or system, returning to the starting point
    Blood circulates in my veins, The air here does not circulate
  • verb Cause to move in a circuit or system
    The fan circulates the air in the room
  • verb Move around freely
    She circulates among royalty