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a written communication directed to another

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A missive was sent to season ticket holders in the main stand at Celtic Park asking them to be aware of personal hygiene after complaints of a particularly pungent fan was "impacting on the experience" of attending games.
Neither Bloomberg nor Obama came in contact with the missives.
The Foreign Ministry Spokesman Amr Rushdie said the charge d'affaires in Damascus, Advisor Alaa Abdulaziz, sent the urgent missive to the Syrian authorities.
The missive touts the power of a mysterious golden earring called "Zerosmoke" (yours for only S39.
The missive was signed by the leaders of 29 other right-wing groups.
I will not even begin to bore you know with the intricacies of this missive, but those of you with internet access can find it on my blog: davidbanks.
Tulane President Scott Cowen and Board of Tulane University Chair Catherine Pierson have not yet responded to the latest AAUP's missive of March 14, but they noted in a February 7 statement, "We believe that your letter does not reflect a full understanding of the unprecedented devastation this area and its institutions have suffered.
In any case, two weeks later, Miller penned an apologetic missive to the WKT conceding that he never meant to represent KMOX/CBS Radio with his attack on Corrigan and he was expressing only his opinion, though, he used KMOX/CBS equipment for his communication.
It was clever to describe the trials and tribulations of your long search in The letter to Anna (all works 2005), an enlarged missive, complete with huge coffee stains, which was strategically hung near a video portrait of Jukka standing in a snowy field in Belgrade, where you met him last winter.
Searching for Values: A Grandmother, a Grandson, and the Discovery of Goodness is a memoir, a visualization, and an urgent missive to counter greed and dishonesty run rampant in modern culture.
Though Lippold took the letter down after four days, copies of his missive spread around the world via e-mail, and the Atwood site got over a half million hits in the week following the initial post.
I cannot allow myself to close this missive without a quick "Go Bears
She lives by the missive of Mother Teresa to do "small things with great love" and says it's still "no less than a miracle to me every time I find that my music has touched someone's life.
I don't know how often I've sat at various conventions and convocations and watched audiences sit in perplexed wonder--sometimes grumbling, sometimes shaking their heads--as a nice, obviously dedicated public servant from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (GMS) attempts to explain the latest regulatory missive emanating from a small office somewhere in Washington or Baltimore.
Kokoski's missive however presents some severe restrictions in this respect.