“Our energy-generation and distribution infrastructure is outdated and often over capacity,” says climate strategist Boyd Cohen.
distribution deals are highly sought after by major studios, because it generates guaranteed cash for their bottom lines.
And yet CBS is clearly ahead in the war of attrition between content and distribution.
Fast food like Taco Bell is a highly industrialized manufactured and distribution process.
We made plans to videotape it for distribution to a larger audience.
You mean that he did not share in the distribution of the money?
They should break the slopes and be irregular in size, shape, and distribution.
The wholesaler therefore is a useful member of the book world and an important factor in the distribution of books.
He now, however, undertook to superintend the distribution of the provisions.
These were all white troops; but it is essential that their distribution over the surface of the globe should be realised.
mid-14c., from Old French distribution (13c.) and directly from Latin distributionem (nominative distributio) "a division, distribution," noun of action from past participle stem of distribuere "deal out in portions," from dis- "individually" + tribuere "assign, allot" (see tribute).
distribution dis·tri·bu·tion (dĭs'trə-byōō'shən)
The extension of the branches of arteries or nerves to the tissues and organs.
The area in which the branches of an artery or a nerve terminate, or the area supplied by such an artery or nerve.
A set of numbers and their frequency of occurrence from measurements within a statistical population.