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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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Sender Score Reputation Monitor and Sender Score Certified are available for Bizanga's current and future customers as fully integrated modules for the Bizanga IMP Base Platform starting with version 3.
To access the e-mails in the approval queue, the employee simply clicks on the e-mail and approves the sender manually.
We also planned to conduct exploratory analyses considering covariation of RNG and receiver performance with receiver and sender personality and attitude measures.
Sender ID is the convergence of Microsoft's Caller ID for e-mail and SPF.
Sender Garlin could never be the detached professional journalist, above the battle, any more than John Reed covering the Paterson mill strike of 1913, or Theodore Dreiser writing about the mine struggles in Kentucky.
Therefore, if the sender seeks to create a sense of formality, then more formal channels, such as written memos, should be used.
Social Networking, Gaming, Banks and Retailers Need to be Most Vigilant about their Sender Reputations
When we created this service we were adamant about simplicity in every facet," said Dan Shapiro, CEO of Ontela, the company who developed pic sender.
In terms of sender effects within the ganzfeld paradigm, it is worth noting Honorton's (1995) meta-analysis of differences in sender and no-sender conditions.
A sender, in most cases, will only need to reply once because of this.
To make a bit commitment, the sender transmits a locked box in the form of a string of photons all polarized either vertically or diagonally.
Infrastructure set up which indicates a sender is a "real" mail server and not a botnet or spammer