The recipient, a Christie troll at the Port Authority named David Wildstein, emailed back at 7:35 a.m., only a minute later.
He is also the recipient of a Peabody Award and four Overseas Press Club Awards.
The emails urge the recipient to open an attachment related to the latest Israeli operation known as Pillar of Defense.
Whitcomb is a chain-smoker who sports a leather jacket, listens to punk rock, and is the recipient of a heart transplant.
Francis is, of course, the recipient of a dizzying number of invitations.
A black cat of the household was a recipient of his practical jokes.
Whatever is received,” say the schools, “is received in proportion to the recipient.
They diluted their ink with water, till the recipient of the letter cried, Prithee, why so pale?
No love subsists if it is only recipient; no love subsists if it is only communicated.
Praise from such a source was most gratifying to its recipient, although he felt that it was not altogether deserved.
1550s, from Middle French récipient (16c.) and directly from Latin recipientem (nominative recipiens), present participle of recipere (see receive). As an adjective from 1610s. Related: Recipience; recipiency.
recipient re·cip·i·ent (rĭ-sĭp'ē-ənt)
Functioning as a receiver; receptive. n.
One who receives blood, tissue, or an organ from a donor.