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  • noun Plural form of sender.

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Examples

  • Goodmail is just one solution, but it is an incredibly powerful one for certain senders and we should all be thankful that there are innovators out there willing to risk capital and spend time in order to give us all more options. —

    Goodmail Is Back Trying to Sell Access to Your In-Box - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The senders are the source of the problem; they are the ones who face a zero price for a thing that actually does have a cost.

    On The Serio

  • The senders are the source of the problem; they are the ones who face a zero price for a thing that actually does have a cost.

    January 2009

  • And of course, they set up -- they're now in the process of sending up the senders, those one-stop senders, which is crucial so that people get immediate help and relief as they can get their paper work in order, claims get processed very quickly.

    CNN Transcript Oct 30, 2003

  • When users, called senders, post a task, they also invisibly declare the maximum amount they'd pay to have it completed.

    Wired Top Stories

  • The senders are the source of the problem; they are the ones who face a zero price for a thing that actually does have a cost.

    Terra Nova

  • Sometimes there are 'senders', like Iranians based in the West, for example, who receive information about a demonstration from a source and tweet it without checking the facts, or without mentioning any references.

    Global Voices in English » Iran: Myth and reality about Twitter

  • All such models have one or more "senders" who search a "message space" and deliver a message to one or more "receivers."

    Social Epistemology

  • A fundamental insight is that signaling cannot succeed unless the signaling cost differs sufficiently among the "senders", i.e., job applicants.

    The Prize in Economics 2001 - Information for the Public

  • The final Rule provides that multiple 'senders' of a commercial email, under certain conditions, may identify one among them as the 'sender' who will be deemed the sole

    ClickZ News

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