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emailer

An individual or organization that routinely sends large numbers of email messages either as part of its primary business or as an emailing business for others. See email.
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Multi-channel content: Master communication should be flexible enough to fit into a 30-second YouTube video, a LinkedIn post, a direct emailer or an online banner.
When Linda said she would pay on arrival the emailer wrote: "Oh am afraid I can only collect the money via PayPal or I poison the beagle bye.
Utah Representative Curt Oda (R) on why he supports more guns on campuses after an anonymous emailer threatened to kill Anita Sarkeesian, a feminist scheduled to speak at Utah State University.
These include emailer with "Top 10 tips on how to reduce food waste", email signature, digital banner and pull-ups.
Gadgets like emailer telephone and pizza scissors also made it to the list.
It now appears that the emailer was a police officer rather than a member of the public, and was not even present when the incident took place.
I will buy a bottle of bubbly for the first emailer if we get a win at either Old Trafford or Emirates such is my pessimism currently.
The affidavit said that a search warrant revealed emails with three people suspected to be boys in Northbridge in which the emailer offered to perform sex acts on the boys and numerous images depicting prepubescent and minor pubescent boys engaged in sex acts or exposing their genitals.
One thing the essay doesn't mention, as my emailer pointed out, is any method of birth control or STD prevention.
This, she elaborates, shows you the address that the link is actually going to--and not what the emailer wants you to see.
An emailer will be sent to all the Pidilite employees communicating the release.
As our emailer suggested, most users try to generate documentation from their ECAD tool.