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Sent

A division of the Estonian kroon equal in value to 1/100 of one kroon. Its plural is senti.
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This photo of Daisey was sent in by | |Gary Edwards
3 : to cause to move in a particular direction or manner <The high demand sent prices up.
In addition, USU can turn voice mail into e-mail that can be text messaged to a cell phone or sent to a standard e-mail client.
Obvious items, such as email logins and passwords (which are often sent totally unencrypted), can be easily obtained.
We are cheaper; we charge between 5% and 7% of the value of the money sent.
According to filtering company Brightmail, 62 percent of all e-mail sent in February consisted of unsolicited bulk messages advertising get-rich-quick schemes, miracle diets, and ways to improve almost every body part.
This was uniquely and supremely manifest in Jesus, the incarnate Word, who was sent as a missionary by God to redeem the world.
After two mail servers establish a connection with each other, they initiate a dialog in which the sending mail server tells the receiving server who the next email message is from, and to whom it is being sent.
Unknown correspondents are sent a challenge that a human being can read and answer but a spambot can't (yet, anyway).
1, it appears that you also may include SSNs on planning materials sent to clients, if the SSN is listed for purposes of confirming the SSN.