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e-mail

Electronic mail, email Computers Scripted communication and attachments sent over a local or wide-area network or Internet to a distant recipient. See Listserv®, Mail-list. Cf Snail mail, Voice mail.
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David Crawford, Glasgow, e-mailed: "Apparently Malmo's moaning is embarrassing?
Rawlinson e-mailed the Harvard Law Professor back saying that the review did not meet the magazine's standards and that the book had been sent out for a second review.
Daily position reports were e-mailed from each boat.
POINTLess counters this problem by compressing riles by up to 94 percent so that they can be e-mailed and downloaded faster, while taking up less disk space.
The Senate bill adds a raft of consumer protections, including free, e-mailed credit reports; truncated account numbers on receipts to make identity theft harder; and single-point-of-contact fraud reporting in case an identity theft happens.
During that time, we've e-mailed and written letters.
* Follow-up digital photos e-mailed to consumers whose photos were taken at the Expo.
Make sure you get the homework assignments, maybe have them e-mailed to you.
In addition, the resume is also e-mailed to potential employers on a weekly basis.
On November 15, electronic ballots were e-mailed to all members who were in good standing as of October 31 for whom we have valid e-mail addresses.
When Multitudina's rat babies crawl in to eat the rinds and are accidentally e-mailed, they look like a screen saver.
Automatically e-mailed to College members with a new question every, two weeks, it's a powerful way to take an informal "opinion pulse" of medical managers everywhere.