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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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net)'s Sender Score Reputation Monitor lets operators identify bad senders from questionable senders, providing a tool for better automatic blocking of unwanted senders.
In addition to the vehicle, Senders won free admission for himself and a guest to every HIN event and pre and after-party, backstage passes and VIP access to every HIN concert, plus the opportunity to be a guest judge in the Queen of the Scene search for Miss HIN 2008 as part of his VIP package from HIN.
Utilizing current fuel senders as was suggested in the article may not always be a time-saving option.
Rule of thumb: In addition to avoiding THE SHOUT, or subject lines using only capital letters, keep your sender address line to about 16 characters, and your subject line to about 50 characters.
Although Houston admits that responding to a verification e-mail may be cumbersome to some senders, he says that he does not know of any instance when a sender attempting to contact Taylor Guitars failed to follow through with the verification process.
With the assistance of the senders, the experimenters prepared receivers for the ganzfeld and wished them success.
If an e-mail authentication is working, it can prove to the whitelist that the sender is who they say they are.
Do Not Fax" requests: If a recipient requests that someone stop sending unsolicited advertisements, the sender must comply promptly, even if there is an established business relationship or permission to fax.
Challenge-response is a method of filtering spam whereby all senders are blocked by default.
The number of digital senders should increase to 100 by the end of the year.
In this technique, researchers remove sensory distractions with the aim of promoting telepathic communication between subjects, called senders and receivers.
For example, one study indicated that 40 percent of the users did not know the sex of the senders and 32 percent had no idea of the senders' positions in the hierarchy.