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2 : to set in motion by physical force <The hitter sent
the ball out of the ballpark.
Those who opt to can have event notices and guest speaker information sent
directly in text format to the cell phone instead.
It was much simpler to implement and the centralized switch needed no intelligence--it simply sent
out data to everyone when it received data in.
The tags, which are engraved with the words ``With love from Mom'' or ``With love from Dad'' along with the branch of service, country and year, can then be sent
from the military parent to their children back home.
More than half of the money sent
by migrants living in Spain goes to Latin American destinations.
Another guesses around 6 percent of the amount being sent
anti-spam legislation (CANSPAM) that took effect January 1, 2004, has had little effect on reducing the amount of junk e-mail (spare) that is being sent
at an ever-growing rate.
It is "the great turning point in history," said Barth, when the temporary restriction of going only to "the house of Israel" (Mt 10:5) before Jesus' death is lifted after the resurrection and the apostles are sent
to "make disciples of all nations.
A large portion of the spam sent
daily is sent
using an open relay to help spammers hide their identities.
One of his colleagues and I convinced him to take it seriously by ganging up on him: For a week we both sent
him a copy of every piece of junk we received.
Emails that should never have been sent
in the first place, or were at the very least not time-sensitive, could be re-routed to a "third-class" electronic postal system that would deliver the communications several days after they were sent