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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 May, aged 6, is dressed as Wonder Woman and her picture was sent in by Sarah Brown
There were 175 tonnes of card, 1,523 tonnes of mixed paper and card and 20 tonnes of food and beverage cartons sent to China by Solihull in 2016/17, with the council also sending 93 tonnes of plastic to the Netherlands, 16 tonnes of plastics to Poland and seven tonnes of plastics to Turkey.
He said 180 students of Balochistan were sent abroad in last three years.
Sent in by Victoria Clarke, foundation stage leader/art co-ordinator
The sun going down over the roof tops towards Kenilworth from Moat |Avenue - Sent in by Graham Cole from Finham
And phone network Orange are predicting that 159m text messages will be sent this New Year in the UK - a 25% increase on last year.
I reckon they couldn't care less if I have a happy Christmas or not and have sent the card out of habit.
WASHINGTON: Just about everybody has sent an email, noticed a mistake as they hit the "send" button and wanted to call it back.
A miss ile is an object, such as a bullet, arrow, or rocket, that is sent through the air so as to hit a target.
By associating the currently assigned IP address to a unique MAC address, data can be sent from any computer connected to the Internet directly to a specific machine.
1) Which goalkeeper was sent off after just 13 seconds against Wolves in Division One in August 2000?