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sent

1. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. Two glasses and she’s sent.
2. mod. carried away by mellow music. All the musicians were sent. Maybe they were on something.
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Nikkita Marie sent in this picture of | |Rococo, who lives in the Dingle
6 : to bring into a certain condition <His remarks sent me into a rage.
What is needed is a way to (1) encrypt the transmissions (so that those trying to look at this information cannot intercept the data sent) and (2) have an authentication mechanism in place (to ensure that the system to which data is sent is the correct one).
Then Jesus prays to the Father, saying, "As you have sent me into the world, so I have sent them into the world.
In the Usenet days, system administrators would sometimes impose the ultimate sanction, the Usenet Death Penalty--a temporary block on all postings from an ISP that had been deaf to all requests to block spam sent from its servers.
The code allows for "applications and forms" to be sent with SSNs, but legislators do not believe that tax organizers fall into this category.
The law only requires that window guard notices must be sent out either with January rent bills or between January 1st and January 15th each year, or within 30 days of a now occupant taking possession of an apartment.
Jill Littler sent us this photo of her dog, Strider ?
Sent by Lucy Adolpho Chewbacca wanting to be a |reindeer, sent in by David Biffin Sent in by Anne Moroney | "Teddy " getting loads of attention off| Carmela in Llanfairpwll Happy Christmas from my |puddy cat Jack, sent in by Clare Dinwoodie Teddy from Trefriw looking very smart in his | personalised bandana | Trixie being Santa Paws
Lilly, 5, Sophie, 3 and Jacob Issitt, 1, sent in by grandmother Joyce Davies Ruby Curtis, 8, sent in by mum Jeannie Curtis
4 Blacky & Bracken, sent in by Tony Robinson of Stockton