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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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Making an album and writing a book that was more for the senders than myself was like walking into a bright, airy, beautiful room that had been in my house for years, but I always just walked past.
It is clear that only reputable senders meet the detailed policy review and strict quantitative standards used for determining eligibility for Sender Score Certified.
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.
Damages: Violators are liable in a state court for $500 for each unsolicited fax, or up to $1,500 for "intentional" transmissions, and any recipient can file a suit against the sender.
This, however, does place some burden on legitimate senders, and is frequently noted as an annoyance factor that could prove the main impediment to the adoption of challenge-response systems.
The number of digital senders should increase to 100 by the end of the year.
They found that more often than could be explained by chance, receivers chose the image that matched the one seen by senders (SN: 1/29/94, p.
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.