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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References in classic literature ?
About the beginning of the sixteenth century arose a Moor near the Cape of Gardafui, who, by the assistance of the forces sent him from Moca by the Arabs and Turks, conquered almost all Abyssinia, and founded the kingdom of Adel.
And D'Artagnan went among those Guardsmen with whom he had formed greater intimacy than with the others, to invite them to enjoy with him this present of delicious Anjou wine which had been sent him from Villeroy.