It's only the use, the result of using the key that is sent back and forth.
"How much sending back and forth will there have to be first?"
And this is what the dark mud can send forth.
E-mail messages were sent back and forth, though I haven't read them.
At first it must have seemed to those who sent forth the picture of a dead man that their tactic was working.
And so the word went out among the elders: Send forth a leader.
Their teenagers are sent back and forth between them so as to spend time with each parent.
In 1812 it sent forth its first missionaries to India.
She is the bow from which I, a living arrow, am sent forth.
When it finds one, connection details are sent back and forth.
Of course, these games don't pay out any real money.
The $360 billion would be paid out over 25 years.
The rest would be paid out over a number of years.
Don't want her to pay any out at the other end do we?
After a 30-day waiting period, the policy would pay out $60,000 a year until age 65.
A much more important question is whether the policy will pay out in the first place, he says.
And if they are going to pay out full stop.
But the $20 million will not be paid out all in one year.
Yes, but what are you actually going to pay out for, John.
The $68 million will be paid out over a 20-year period.