communicate to

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See: caution
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Finally one of the children inquired why we couldn't hear from Princess Dorothy by wireless telegraph, which would enable her to communicate to the Historian whatever happened in the far-off Land of Oz without his seeing her, or even knowing just where Oz is.
"Whereas, his Excellency the Governor has instructed us of his late resolution, respecting the matter proposed to the inhabitants, and has ordered us to communicate the same in person, his Excellency being desirous that each of them should be fully satisfied of his Majesty's intentions, which he has also ordered us to communicate to you, such as they have been given to him.
In mentioning it now, I communicate to you the only positive information, on the subject of the missing woman, which I possess.
"Through our Ag-Biz program, a retailer can access product and program information, communicate to customer service and technical departments, and see the status of initiatives that we're collaborating on.
To compete with other insurers, a company must find a way to communicate to its customers the unique value they will receive as a result of their purchase of the particular product and their dealings with the carrier.
In response to what their professors were more likely to communicate to them in courses that discussed ethical or moral issues, 56 percent selected "clear and uniform standards of right and wrong by which everyone should be judged." The other 44 percent responded that their professors had more often communicated to them "what is right and wrong depends on differences in individual values and cultural diversity."