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send along

To dispatch someone or something to continue forward or onward. A noun or pronoun can be used between "send" and "along." The police officer came over and sent the bystanders along from the crime scene. I hope this letter finds you well, Tom. I have sent along a parcel that you should find useful in your new career. It should hopefully reach you in the next day or two.
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send someone or something along

to help someone or something continue along; to send someone. I knew it was time for Johnny to go home, so I sent him along. I will send along the baggage later.
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To order more charm bracelets fill out the form and send along with a cheque or your card details to: Daily Mirror Offer, PO Box 3333, Shipston on Stour, Warwickshire, CV36 4ZA.
Last May, when I wrote about religious messages embossed on vanity license plates, I asked readers to send along any religious messages they spot on plates.
BG 153, you can easily access the phone (including toll-free) and fax numbers and email addresses so that you can immediately send along your requests.
BG 161, you can easily access the phone (including toll free/ and fax numbers and email addresses so that you can immediately send along your requests.