The new government would have no more success in dispersing the Euromaidan “Security Patrol” than the Yanukovych government did.
This time, instead of dispersing the crowd, the police response swelled its ranks exponentially.
Security sources say the children provide a serious logistical challenge to their efforts at dispersing the sit-in.
Various Smith faculty members served as extras, sauntering out of the house and dispersing across the lawn.
They walked in silence until we came to Broadway, where a dozen or so police officers were dispersing a crowd of some sort.
Blue butterflies danced before me, mingling and dispersing like floating flower-petals in the air.
“Come here you, Wilton,” said Henderson, as the rest were dispersing.
One afternoon, as the lads were dispersing, Ed Kerr was seen coming over the diamond, holding in his hand a letter.
Their departure had no effect in dispersing the crowd which had gathered by the Alamedas Gate.
It was not the moment for him to speak, and he walked somewhat guiltily away with the dispersing crowd.
disperse dis·perse (dĭ-spûrs')
v. dis·persed, dis·pers·ing, dis·pers·es
To cause to separate and move in different directions; scatter.
To cause to vanish or disappear.