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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Money sent from mothers, sisters and aunts living abroad helps millions of families in Ghana pay for essential needs such as healthcare and education.
According to details $1,627.09 million, $1,563.00 million, $ 1,298.26 million, $ 820.02 million, $ 770.91 million and $ 220.24 million were sent from United Arabs Emirates, Saudi Arabia, United States, GCC countries including Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and Oman, Britain and European Union during eight months from July to February current fiscal year 2011.
By associating the currently assigned IP address to a unique MAC address, data can be sent from any computer connected to the Internet directly to a specific machine.
Money sent from the United States accounts for 75% of that figure, but total remittances from Spain grows every year.
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.
* Sending e-mail campaigns from your own non-dedicated servers can negatively affect individual e-mail being sent from these servers.
If you run campaigns from a non-dedicated internal server, you run the risk of ISP blacklisting, which can affect all personal e-mail being sent from your servers.
Data is sent from one host directly to another host.
The refunded amount is sent from the IRS directly to the lender, rather than to the taxpayer.