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MESSENGER. A person appointed to perform certain duties, generally of a ministerial character.
     2. In England, a messenger appointed under the bankrupt laws, is an officer who is authorized to execute the lawful commands of commissioners of bankrupts.

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WhatsApp messenger as a tool to supplement medical education for medical students on clinical attachment.
WhatsApp Messenger is not only among the top 5 most popular apps on either platform 3rd most popular on iOS and 5th most on Android but it has a relatively high risk score of 7 out of 10 in the data leakage range on both platforms.
Figure 1 shows the three folders of the applications (Skype, Viber and WhatsApp Messenger) relevant to our forensic examination.
Easy and speedy transference of links to study materials via WhatsApp messenger not only increase student engagement of discussing the lecture content but also enhance students' learning abilities and make them confident to return to the classroom with additional knowledge.
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The WhatsApp Messenger is an instant messaging app for smartphones and it enables users of select feature phones to use the Internet to communicate.
WhatsApp Messenger had 103.64 million Android downloads followed by Messenger at 84.84 million, Facebook at 40.99 million, Instagram at 39.68 million, Facebook Lite at 19.25 million and Messenger Lite at 9.29 million.
The company has also been involved in some of the biggest tech acquisitions of recent years, having bought photo app Instagram for one billion dollars (PS784m) in 2012 and both WhatsApp Messenger and virtual reality firm Oculus in 2014 for 19 billion (PS14.8bn) and two billion dollars (PS1.5bn) respectively.
The video, which was shared on WhatsApp messenger, appeared to show staff and teachers 'celebrating' an apparent victory against Ms Brindle.
A court in Sao Paulo had ordered mobile phone operators to block the WhatsApp Messenger smartphone application for two days.