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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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Type in the amount you want to send, then tap continue
With economical file sharing and sending plans you can exchange, share and send large files with family, employees, clients or whoever needs the information.
At USG, Schlosburg has agreed to pay a licensing fee to e2Campus for the right to send 300 to 400 messages per month.
Choose a tag with a gift suggestion from trees at Wal-Mart or Ray's Food Place or send donations to P.O.
Stealing data: Anyone on the network can send any machine on the network a message claiming to be the network's Internet gateway.
Even so, 80% of the money that immigrants send to their countries of origin passes through our offices," says Gonzalo Valiente Calvo, vice president of the National Association of Remittance Agencies.
In addition, if the important data is recorded onto the downloaded software beforehand, PHISHCUT will display a warning which gives users the option to send or not send their personal information to websites the user has accessed which contain no digital watermark.
King says you should send out press releases only when something newsworthy is happening in your company.
In the March 2006 issue of Christianity Today, Rob Moll reported that South Korean churches now send one missionary for every 4.2 churches, and they are sending out 1,110 new missionaries annually, which means they are now sending out as many new missionaries each year as all the countries in the West combined.
"How much do you think it costs these companies each time they send your money?" Calpotura asks the group.
Author, educator and consultant Kathe Oleson and artist Kristin Pluhacek combine their considerable talents in Send Me Tulips to provide readers with a tender, sensitive, emotionally rewarding story of living, loving, and loss.
To command Mail Merge to send the messages via email, click on Electronic Mail (exhibit 14, page 74).