An arrangement, categorization or classification of things (noun)
a disposing of or getting rid of something (noun)
the power to use something or someone (noun)
Examples of word disposal
Besides the material at my disposal is all too sparse and mundane, I possess a few details about my characters and those details are not very revealing; details that stem from me only to return to me; the craft of carpentery. '
All you have at your disposal is your ingenuity, and one of those [...]
All you have at your disposal is your ingenuity, and one of those next-generation mobile phones fitted with satellite-navigation and loaded with a gaming database that maps a fantasy universe on to real-world locations.
Republicans called for Gregory Jaczko, head of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, to step down after it was revealed he had "unilaterally" moved to stop work on the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste dump -- a project for a long-term disposal site that has been in the works for decades, but that President Obama vowed in 2009 to end.
He noted that the panel's final report wasn't due until January and said "we are committed to finding a sustainable approach to assuring safe, secure long-term disposal of used nuclear fuel and nuclear waste."