the colossal wastage involved in a random scattering
Already, in the 1940s, a scattering of articles began to appear in professional journals, providing us with bits and pieces of our history.
Before she could contemplate further, a scattering of small pebbles and concrete dust fell down on her from the pier above.
They looked like aviaries with their random scattering of what appeared to be perches.
Apart from the aesthetic standpoint, ‘that in this enlightened age should be sufficient deterrent’, this scattering of litter was costing ratepayers quite a lot of money.
In the case of cremation, this may follow quite soon, with the ritual interring or scattering of the products of cremation.
He is invited to attend the event which will include the dedication of commemorative bench and the scattering of his father's ashes.
Around her was a scattering of men, women and children in ragged clothes, their meagre belongings next to them.
His PhD wasn't concerned with the fission of a large nucleus but with the scattering of small nuclei or, to be precise, on how to calculate three-body forces - a very abstract topic.
The damage has involved the smashing of glass flower holders and the scattering of flowers and other objects which had been placed on graves.