messenger


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a person who carries messages or is sent on errands

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Properly used, a messenger model is an arrangement designed to reduce transaction costs associated with negotiation of contracts between providers and payers; it is not a device for facilitating agreements among providers on prices or price-related terms.
The plants--dubbed jaw because the leaves appear serrated like dinosaur teeth--resulted from the overexpression of a messenger RNA that didn't make a protein.
Some of his first acting experience along these lines was with the drama club at the Salem Methodist Church, where Countee Cullen's father was minister, and where he met Theophilus Lewis, later drama critic for The Messenger.
Although messenger centers are predominately seen as an amenity in Class "A" buildings, more recently landlords and managers are installing them in every class of building.