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    Dispatch from the Desert

    Does "dispatch from" mean "send (troops) from"?



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    Dispatch from the Desert of Consciousness Research, Part 1
    A reporter travels to a legendary conference in Tucson, Ariz., seeking insights into the deepest of all mysteries
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    Re: Dispatch from the Desert

    No. In this context, a dispatch is a news report.

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