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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

Synonyms for send

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You can then continue to write the email, or just hit send.
Send donations to 1025 G St., Springfield, OR 97477.
The thief's machine can then send a similar message to the actual gateway machine that contains the user's IP address--so all outbound traffic will be routed through the thief's machine.
"In the United States, Mexicans can use their Mexican identification to send money home to their families," says Miguel Angel Martinez Rolland, an economist who tracks international finance for Spain's Economy Ministry.
A benefit of using Mail Merge to send a large number of customized e-marls is the increased security that comes from sending each message individually rather than as part of a group.
While a few other nations send token forces for UN missions, our nation repeatedly sends huge numbers of men and amounts of materiel into UN operations.
The most common breach is at the end of a forced free trial, when some publishers send an invoice instead of a continuation notice--ideally accompanied by a disclaimer such as "This is not an invoice, and you are under no obligation to pay."
In July, Nazis announce plans to send all Polish Jews to the camps.
Every 20 years or so for the past century America has found it necessary, for national security reasons, to send at least half a million troops overseas into harm's way, and to keep them there for years at a time.
"So make sure you research the company and send an appropriate video." Don't send jazzy examples of your personal choreography to American Ballet Theatre, for instance, because you'll only be showing them you don't know what they do.
Scientists can use the technology to swap data, send e-mail, and visit one another's Web sites because their data is protected.
E-mail authentication does not replace anti-spam filters, since not all bulk commercial spammers send spoofed e-mail.
The printing is full color and high quality--don't expect Burnett to be sleepin' on that aspect Send a couple bucks to: 2019 Glasgow, Cardiff, CA 92007
However, the rules go far beyond that, possibly making it unreasonably difficult to send items such as chocolate and chewing gum to the U.S.