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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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The only cost to people last year was to licence fee payers because the BBC felt it necessary to send someone along to make sure we were not spending any money."
I've asked the brewery loads of times to send someone along to let me in.'' Willie added: "The pub is lying empty and I've tried to get the business put into my name.
"Dean and I still live above the pub and I've asked them loads of times to send someone along to let me in."
On another note, perhaps not on the same scale as the desecration BS has described, may I point out that the Seahouses' war memorial in the village square is covered with weeds and no attempt has been made by North Sunderland council to send someone along and remove them.
But when she asked to send someone along to cash the cheque on her behalf, they refused to allow it.
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