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listserv

(ˈlɪstˌsɜːv)
n
(Telecommunications) a service on the internet that provides an electronic mailing to subscribers with similar interests
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List•serv

(ˈlɪstˌsɜrv)
n.
a specific list server: one of the most common list servers on the Internet.
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As panic set in, I emailed the listserv. Several seasoned veterans responded by posting examples of their annual reports.
The listserv will be maintained and updated throughout the year.
The exact nature of the materials on the listserv were not yet clear Friday.
The Listserv allows lawyers to ask questions about representing survivors from the experts.
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To move forward and be able to give the necessary feedback, the listserv must be revised.
The sense of community that the listserv fosters is remarkable.
Because of their origins on the YALSA-BK listserv, the lists respond to specific questions and thus show gaps.
The Total Joint Therapists listserv is coordinated by the Total Joint Replacement Special Interest Group (TJR SIG) and is a dedicated listserv for issues surrounding the rehabilitation of persons with total joint replacement.
The story centers on a former listserv called JournoList.
We are also exploring shifting the current listserv to Google Groups listserv and hope to find ways to beef up the interaction between the list and the Website.
The VSNA Listserv is one initiative that can go a long way toward improving communications while reducing our carbon footprint.