use purveyance in a sentence.
This is the same for missions, not simply in the reception of it, but also in the purveyance of it.
"The purveyance of alcohol requires a little bit more red tape … and more responsibility than most people think," says Matthews.
But CNNMoney. com dug into Selogie's Illinois-sourced lion meat, and stumbled on what they called, "the mysterious world of back-alley exotic meat purveyance."
"Since my career as a journalist is over, perhaps I ought to consider going into the purveyance of personal pleasure."
Thanks to market forces, the creation and purveyance of humor have become decentralized and deregulated.