messenger


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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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This messenger center will not only make package delivery more efficient for our tenants," said Kent M.
Further, the FTC found that the terms of the powers of attorney improperly granted NTSP authority to negotiate the terms of, enter into, execute, amend, modify, extend, or terminate the relevant contracts--activities prohibited by a legitimate messenger model.
Another lab later showed that in a slurry of plant extracts microRNAs do cause phavoluta messenger RNA to be chopped up.
Theodore Kornweibel has argued that The Messenger was never fully committed to the Harlem Renaissance and lacked a coherent editorial attitude toward the movement.
recently requested Bright Star Couriers to set up its messenger center.