Mittis = you are sending
Mittisne = you are sending?
Noctum- Latin for "darkness". Also used in the meaning of "hell" and "eternal damnation". If you send someone "to the noctum", you are sending them into the darkness.
The word mission dates back to the late 1500's. The Jesuits were sent abroad on a mission which translates from Latin as 'act of sending' or 'to send'.
The ISBN of The Sending is 9780670853595.
Depends on your sentence. Send = Anupu I am sending = Anuopuraan Are you sending? = Anupuriya?
by providing important raw materials, by building military bases, and by sending troops to the european front
"veto" is Latin for " I forbid" . The word does not actually appear in the US Constitution but has come to refer to the action of a President sending a bill back to Congress with his objections instead of signing it into law.
Which sending unit? Oil pressure sending unit? Engine temp sending unit? Fuel gauge sending unit?
When you are sending mail internationally, you use the stamps of the country you're sending FROM, not the country you're sending to.
Sending it to strangers, possibly yes. Sending it to a friend, probably not.
sending unit for what, kind of car engine what sending unit
The Sending has 768 pages.