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sender

Etymology: AS, sendan, to send
in communication theory, the person by whom a message is encoded and sent.

sender

A UK term of art for a GP who is affiliated with a family planning clinic, to whom a woman goes to have a cervical specimen collected for screening.
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Liability for third-party faxing services: A company that hires a third party to send faxes on its behalf is liable if the third party sends unsolicited advertisements.
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