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use "deploy" in a sentence

Magenn states that their technology provides high torque, low starting speeds, and superior overall efficiency thanks to its ability to deploy higher in comparison to non-aerial solutions.

The Hellenistic generals were well aware of this fact and thus did not deploy them
conference denounce and deplore threats made against those who engage in interfaith dialogue.

His cosmopolitanism which made him in later Imperialists ' eyes a " Little Englander " led him to deplore any survival of the colonial system.

We deplore the encouragement of an American myth that oppresses men as well as women: the win-or-you're-worthless competitive disease.

It stated that member nations "strongly deplore the fact that this is not the first incident of this kind." Then Sirs, who can enough deplore That very Beast ; A Common Whore? Deep was heard the Widow's moan, Mothers wail, and Friends deplore.

Following the recent bombing of Sudan Donald said: "I believe the American action in Afghanistan and the Sudan is very dangerous and I deplore the British Government's support of the bombing.

Sadly cut flowers are often grown in highly toxic environments and there is much injustice in the workers conditions which I deplore, and consider highly unnecessary.

Where a building which was the work of one of the country's most outstanding architects is needlessly destroyed one can only deplore the philistinism to which it has been sacrificed.

In particular, we utterly deplore the so-called Ecumenical movement.

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