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resend

send again; send back: resend a letter
Not to be confused with:
rescind – countermand, repeal, veto; nullify, retract: rescind an agreement

resend

(riːˈsɛnd)
vb (tr)
to send again or back
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I tried to resend it with the same particulars and received a message which said: 'Dear citizen, we regret to inform you that the branch has reached its booking limit and you are advised to resend with the code of the nearest bank branch.'
This meant the university had to resend some of the results and publicly explain what had gone wrong.
Summary: The Union of Driving Schools called Monday on President Michel Sleiman to resend the draft traffic law to Parliament so it could be rewritten in a way that reflects "equality.
"The attackers are able to receive, Trojanise, and resend a document within 120 minutes of its release, indicating a high level of sophistication," the warning said.
If you think this is the case, please resend, unless you are a Canadian pharmacy, dating service or mortgage broker.
Had he taken the bait, as others did, he would have inadvertently installed spy software that would track his Web habits, barrage him with pop-up ads, and trigger a virus to resend the invitation to everyone on his buddy list.
If you tried to contact the newspaper by e-mail during that time, please resend.
It seems few people have a good word to say about them - in fact 83 per cent say they regularly have to resend faxes because they fail to get through.
In addition, the worm changes the subject and the body of every message in the Microsoft Outlook Sent folder and attempts to resend the message.
The venue allows the company to consolidate shipments and resend them throughout South America while legally skirting some import duties.
If the timer expires, the application will resend the data block.
Reflections can cause anything from multiple SCSI resend requests to bus shutdown.