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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.
To date, Sliepka said she has sent nearly 180,000 dog tags to soldiers in the Middle East, from where the troops then send the tags throughout the United States as well as worldwide.
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.