A feed, an output signal. Usually line level. On mixer, usually refers to either an effects or auxiliary output designed to go to an outboard device and return the processed signal to a "return". see return
In Discoverer you can mail a workbook (or part of a workbook) in an email. The data you send can be in the text of the mail message or an attachment. In Discoverer Plus, choose File | Send to send a workbook.
SEND string exp [;] [& string exp] & Sends data to a remote machine, usually for controlling a modem or for conveying information to a remote system. e.g. SEND "atz" sends a modem initialisation string. You can add the character code for the Enter key to the SEND command by putting a semi-colon after the string, e.g. SEND "mypassword"; To include control characters, such as carriage returns or line feeds, in a SEND string, use angled brackets. e.g. SEND "mail 13 10" sends a carriage return (control character number 13) and then a line feed (control character number 10) after ‘mail'. Control character codes can also be entered in hexa-decimal form, prefixed with a $ sign. e.g. SEND "bye$ 1B" puts the control character code 27 (the ‘Esc' control) at the end of the SEND string. You can send more than one string at a time by using the & operator. e.g. SEND "john" & "password29"
American for "climb". Must have originated in California, though why and when is anyone's guess. Usage: "Dude, you really sent that problem." Generally applied to bouldering problems, to give some idea of intensity. Perhaps. Then again, perhaps they just found it easier to say.