dispatch (someone or something) from (some place)

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dispatch (someone or something) from (some place)

To send someone or something from one place to another. When I got their phone call, I immediately dispatched an ambulance from the nearest hospital.
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dispatch someone from (some place)

to send someone from some place. I dispatched a messenger from here over an hour ago. A telegram will be dispatched from my office first thing in the morning.
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References in classic literature ?
The carriers dispatched from the Ti were to be seen hurrying in all directions through the deep groves; each individual preceded by a boy bearing a flaming torch of dried cocoanut boughs, which from time to time was replenished from the materials scattered along the path.
City Fire Department helicopters were dispatched from Van Nuys Airport to fly over the region to make sure there were no fires or other obvious emergencies during the communications trouble, Humphrey said.
When a call for service is dispatched from the communications center to a mobile unit, an icon appears on the mobile map highlighting the location of the incident, surrounding incidents and units in the area.