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- v. Present participle of send.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of causing to go forward; despatching.
- n. Nautical, pitching bodily into the trough of the sea, as a ship.
- n. That which is sent.
- n. Specifically, a revenge or punishment supposed to be sent by a wizard at the request of an injured party.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of causing something to go (especially messages)
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We must never forget the vital importance of President Roosevelt's courageous action in sending from the United States last year reserves of old field artillery, machine guns and rifles.
The poll sponsored by the daily newspaper El Mercurio found 72 percent believe the government responded late and inefficiently to re-establish order after the earthquake, and 48 percent believe it was because Bachelet did not want to end her term sending soldiers into the streets.
If you see a term sending you significant traffic when you're ranking page 2 or position 8-10, that's a huge opportunity to grow significantly if you can push that up.
We apologize for the eight-week delay in sending this response, however, our office was under siege by zombies.
Ihave been using gmail since last five months, it is very much useful in sending messages in seconds and receiving reply in seconds.
A "few thousand" people opted out of RapLeaf's services on Monday, causing some delays in sending confirmation emails, said Joel Jewitt, RapLeaf's vice president of business development.
I still feel confident in sending them to the vacation destinations.
Both banks, along with General Electric Co., were the primary culprits in sending the Dow Jones industrial average down nearly 60 points in midday trading.
Would the British Government have been justified in sending in a hit squad to take care of known IRA terrorists who were being allowed to prepare with impunity?
I have to think about a way that I could make my profit from this company worth the effort, as well as make your effort in sending me the information worth my fee.
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