receive word

receive word

(from someone or something) Go to word (from someone or something).
See also: receive, word
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Summary: A preacher negotiating the release of 10 Lebanese hostages held in Syria will receive word on whether they will soon be freed, but the talks appeared snared over the captors' demands for an apology from Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah.
Our SERPA holster system was seriously tested and evaluated for much of the year and we are very pleased to receive word that we have been awarded the tender with this German agency," said Mike Noell, BlackHawk president and CEO.
The game against Bishop Gorman ended 5-5 in the top of the fourth, so the Centurions are counting the game as a tie in their record until they receive word from tournament officials and the Southern Section as to if the game counts officially.
She says they expect to have the application for funding finished by the end of September and hope to receive word on funding by the end of the year.
The most moving scenes come when the wives receive word that their men have fallen in action.
In October 2000, we were delighted to receive word from the FDA that we had been granted permission to market Indomitable(TM).
Palmdale should receive word from Lahonton about the project within a few days, said Steve Williams, Palmdale's director of public works.
We are pleased to receive word that our transaction can proceed as planned," stated Ken Potashner, chairman and CEO of S3 Incorporated.
1) Susanna Thompson and Tom Skerritt play a newly married couple who receive word that a gunman Skerritt jailed is in town to seek revenge in ``High Noon.
Sheriff's officials were still waiting to receive word Wednesday afternoon on the condition of a 21-year-old African-American inmate placed on life support after being injured during one of the riots.
Until we receive word from them, if we receive word from them, it's tough to tell what we're dealing with, if anything.
Principals have used the devices on an as-needed basis when they receive word that there may be trouble brewing on campus, officials said.
THREE AGAINST ONE: A North Shields Under-11s player finds himself outnumbered by Plymouth DC Elite players (above) while he and his team-mates receive words of advice from their coach (below); DERBY BATTLE: Whitley Bay (on left) take on neighbours Cullercoats in the tournament's under-11 competition; WALL TO PLAY FOR: A close battle (right) for the ball in the under-12 clash between Wallsend BC (stripe on strip) and Jarrow; ABOVE AND RIGHT: Action from the tournament's under-11 clash between Wallsend BC (plain strip) and Cramlington Juniors at the Churchill Playing Fields in Whitley Bay North Tyneside Tournament pictures: DAVE CHARLTON, STEVE MILLER and RWT PHOTOGRAPHY
However, two police officers are to receive "words of advice" about the way Mr Lea was physically handled during his arrest and six officers will receive words of advice for failing to secure Mr Lea's car.
The two PCs and a sergeant will receive words of guidance on force policy on the recovery of vehicles.