Other Israeli spokesmen echoed the message in what seemed to be a coordinated talking point.
There one can still hear the voice of Jesus and the message he passed on to his first followers.
Which the president denies is his intention—making nonsense of the rest of his message.
That gives Romney more time to hone his message, and Santorum another week to raise more money.
"Slut," the message popped up from someone named "ArtsyFartsy" as soon as I activated the app.
Even when the hour for starting arrived, there was no Anthony, no message from Anthony.
He returned at length with the message, "The lady says will you please step up-stairs."
She died forgiving her betrayer, and sending a message to that effect by me.
A bat circled near, indecisively, as if with a message it hesitated to give.
Mason thrust the message in his pocket, musing as he did so.
c.1300, "communication transmitted via a messenger," from Old French message "message, news, tidings, embassy" (11c.), from Medieval Latin missaticum, from Latin missus "a sending away, sending, despatching; a throwing, hurling," noun use of past participle of mittere "to send" (see mission). The Latin word is glossed in Old English by ærende. Specific religious sense of "divinely inspired communication via a prophet" (1540s) led to transferred sense of "the broad meaning (of something)," first attested 1828. To get the message "understand" is from 1960.
To send a message on the Internet •The sense ''to send a message'' is found by 1583: '' I need to do it,'' Baker messaged a man with whom he had been discussing rape, torture, and murder (1990s+ Computer)
In object-oriented programming sending a message to an object (to invoke a method) is equivalent to calling a procedure in traditional programming languages, except that the actual code executed may only be selected at run time depending on the class of the object. Thus, in response to the message "drawSelf", the method code invoked would be different if the target object were a circle or a square.