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(1) His father dispatched him to the shop to buy beer.
(2) Troops have been dispatched to the area.
(3) A reporter was dispatched to Naples to cover the riot.
(4) The president dispatched a messenger to tell the premier what happened.
(5) A messenger was dispatched to take the news to the soldiers at the front.
(6) Since 1954 Japan has never dispatched military personnel abroad.
(7) A courier was dispatched to collect the documents.
(8) Two loads of woollen cloth were dispatched to the factory on December 12th.
(9) American warships have been dispatched to the area.
(10) The diplomatic dispatches were dispatched to the UN Headquarters.
(11) The child was hastily dispatched out to school.
(12) A vet dispatched the injured horse.
(13) All orders will be dispatched by return of post .
(14) Free gifts are dispatched separately so please allow 28 days for delivery.
(15) The message was dispatched from Rome to London.
(16) A vet dispatched the injured cow.
(17) A Chinese trade mission has been dispatched to Japan.
(18) He dispatched the younger player in straight sets.
(19) The goods will be dispatched on receipt of an order form.
(20) He dispatched scouts ahead.
(21) The chairman dispatched the meeting in half an hour.
(22) The goods will be dispatched on remittance of the full amount.
(23) The headquarters dispatched troops to the front.
(24) A large contingent of troops was dispatched.
(25) The firm dispatched the goods to London.
(26) Goods are normally dispatched within 24 hours.
(27) She dispatched her opponent 6-2[Sentencedict.com], 6-1.
(28) Goods are dispatched within 24 hours of your order reaching us.
(29) They dispatched a telegram to the old man's son.
(30) All the postal parcels had been lashed up before they were dispatched.
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