send (someone or something) from (some place)

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send (someone or something) from (some place)

To dispatch someone or something from some place. We're sending a project manager from our East-Coast office to help with the project. I always run into issues with customs whenever I send anything from Europe to the US, no matter how mundane it is.
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send something from something

to dispatch something from something or some place. Ted sent the package from the downtown post office. The gifts were sent off in a large box from the company's shipping dock.
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Summary of the project: The project of a Polish partner of us was granted, so that we can send someone from 1.9.2013 to 31.8.2014 to Wroclaw.
If he is in fact just an admin clerk for the Tories, then why not let them send someone from Whitehall, as is threatened.
I suggest the ministry send someone from its IT department to the IHB to know how it may emulate this ingenious process.
Dave explained that infantry officers expressed concern that their medics weren't represented in the parade and its photos, so Company D was asked to send someone from the trucks to join the march.
Maybe I'm missing something here, but at first glance it didn't make sense to send someone from RTE Television all the way to Munich to have a chat with someone from RTE Radio!