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Dear Livesey--As I do not know whether you are at the hall or still in London, I send this in double to both places.
Postscript--I did not tell you that Blandly, who, by the way, is to send a consort after us if we don't turn up by the end of August, had found an admirable fellow for sailing master--a stiff man, which I regret, but in all other respects a treasure.
In the trial of persons accused for crimes against the state, the method is much more short and commendable: the judge first sends to sound the disposition of those in power, after which he can easily hang or save a criminal, strictly preserving all due forms of law.
The successful resolution of this lawsuit sends a pointed message to junk e-mailers that they will be held responsible for their actions.
The thief's machine logs the data received, then sends it on to the real gateway.
Living in Spain since 1992, Nicaraguan migrant Melida Martinez sends home each month between US$370 and $500 through an agent called UniGiro.
Attachment sends the message as an attachment to the e-mail, Plain text sends it without formatting and HTML preserves the formatting you used when creating the body of the email.
Jefferson Elementary, for example, sends its mail in care of the brother of a nurse's aide at the school.
Liability for third-party faxing services: A company that hires a third party to send faxes on its behalf is liable if the third party sends unsolicited advertisements.
com) sends out a brief digest of new product recalls daily.
Braverman noted that in the Spring, nearly every building with a central air conditioner sends someone up to check that the condensate line is cleaned out so as to avoid floods.
Anyone who sends business contracts, credit card numbers, personal information (e.
Each council member sends pages and pages of correspondence each week.
PayPal calls the user back to confirm the mobile payment, and then sends the money to the recipient.