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Synonyms for send

dispatch

drive

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send for someone

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send for something

send someone down

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send something off

send something out: dispatch

send something out: emit

send something out: produce

Synonyms for send

to cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination

to direct or allow to leave

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to direct (a person) elsewhere for help or information

to move or excite greatly

send for: to demand to appear, come, or assemble

send forth: to discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently

send up: to place officially in confinement

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net)'s Sender Score Certified into this system allows service providers using the IMP to whitelist certified bulk senders, bypassing further checks for those senders and minimizing resource use.
Conceived by e-Dialog and Return Path, this Sender Score Receiver Alliance will combine resources from each company in order to achieve maximum market coverage in the EMEA countries and provide efficient client service.
This icon both to uniquely identifies the sender and verifies the message as legitimate.
Senders is now the proud owner of the $65,000 DC Shoes Subaru STi, a street/daily-driver version of their competition rally cars that features unique camouflage graphics wrapped with custom DC Shoes logos, an on-board GPS, TV screens, DVD players, custom iPod cradles and built-in coolers in the dash.
Where installation of digital senders becomes difficult and expensive (as in the $5000 example you state) is in aircraft like the Cirrus, where the molded composite wing makes it difficult to easily add or modify the existing fuel sender wiring.
The secret is to engage in "white list" practices, which signifies that the sender agrees to engage in extremely recipient-friendly e-mail practices.
White list: A set of domain names or IP addresses that are known to be legitimate and trusted e-mail senders.
Messages from new senders and those who don't reply are considered suspect until approved.
Prior to the trial, senders and receivers completed a battery of measures.
The idea behind e-mail authentication is simple: the recipient, whether human or software, knows right away if the message sender is legitimate or faked.
The big ISPs have been arguing for more than a year about how to create such a sender authentication system.
Therefore, marketers must give e-mail recipients an option to be removed from their lists, and senders have 10 days to purge the list without being held liable.
Senders not on that list can go into the "no penny" folder for later review.
Features have been introduced that reduce the burden on senders.
Processing awards and other personnel records in faraway places is getting easier with the help of "digital senders," according to personnel officials supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.