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Posting

In accounting, the act of transferring an original entry to a ledger. The act of mailing a document. A form of substituted Service of Process consisting of displaying the process in a prominent place when other forms of service are unavailing.

In connection with Trespass statutes, the act of placing or affixing signs on private property in a manner to give notice of the trespass.

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2] In comparison, when the group was equally split between men and women, 43% of men's and 46% of women's statements were independent, and 51% and 47%, respectively, were dependent statements, that is, referred to postings by other students.
Analysts say any defamation lawsuit would rely on Cohr being able to prove that Morford authored the postings and that he intended to inflict harm on the company.
If newsgroups don't belong to anyone, who starts them and who makes sure that, for example, dalmatian owners don't start posting messages in the poodles group?
He said all postings and transfers have been made by the caretaker government without reference to or interference from the Presidency.
setting a user-friendly format structure, like a diary, rather than separated postings such as in a Discussion Board.
The action took the form of an automatic program, itself in the form of a message, because it would be impossible for an individual to find and delete every copy of the posting on every Internet server.
Another four (4) postings and transfers were reported in three (3) Sindh districts Matiari, Khairpur and Ghotki.
The transfers and postings are aimed at ensuring good governance and remove the resentment prevailed among the senior officers in the province.
Posting course syllabi and reading materials online for students to access may technically qualify as an educational use of technology; however, it rarely signifies the use of technology to teach.
The legal battle erupted when people began posting passages about secret teachings - information the Church of Scientology claimed was copyrighted.
If students post more than twice a week, but do not receive extra credit, which two postings are considered for evaluation: the first two, the best two, etc?
Man, is this ever weird,'' reads a posting on a Usenet news group that is called ``alt.