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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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Poppy-JadeO''Hare, three, sent in by mum Rachel Ollier
The | Queen of Hearts and Where's Wanda were sent in by Sarah Orton
sent postcards and phone cards, and a Burbank-based organization run by veterans has organized several ``packing parties'' to ship boxes of donated goods.
Traditional technology is more effective at blocking previously sent messages but it is more difficult to identify new spam or viruses.
The sender didn't need drivers for the receiver; it scanned the pages at the receiver's maximum resolution, say, 600 dpi in 24-bit color, and then sent the scanned pages to the recipient's color printer.
users the ability to track faxes sent through the CRM database, review a history of up to nine documents, add billing codes, and record details in the activity section for each contact.
uk Picture 1: Shadow the horse in festive mood, sent by Joan, of Worcestershire.
What tipped the scales toward passage was the revelation that not one congressional opponent of the program was willing to enroll his children in Washington's public schools, with the vast majority of those kids sent to private schools.
When you click a hot link sent in e-mail, your browser goes to that address.
A copy of this SECPS notification letter should be sent simultaneously to the SEC Office of the Chief Accountant.
29 /PRNewswire/ -- Send-A-Tune Phone Greetings(SM), the new telephone greeting service, provides customers with the ability to have an original artist's song or comedy routine sent via the telephone along with a personalized 30-second voice greeting to the person of their choice.
Users Can Take a Photo or Video Clip to Create a Classified Ad with Their Mobile Phone; Sellers Can Target Distribution, and Buyers Can Track Items, Have Alerts Sent to Their Mobile Device