1. The consultant who suggested using spamming to raise the company's profile has been fired.
2. You can filter out spam with special software.
3. The firm says its key target is persuading busy young mums that Spam makes an easy meal in minutes.
4. Spam includes unwanted advertising, hate mail and religious exhortations in newsgroups-almost always off the subject.
5. Her plate held a curious mixture of Spam, jelly, iced buns and lettuce leaves.
6. Not only is the return address on the e-mail almost certainly fraudulent, but responding to spam creates more traffic.
7. Massive spamming has turned what was an amusing annoyance into a lucrative business that profits by violating the pre-commercial Internet ethic.
8. Spammers regularly extract all the email addresses from Usenet to add to their bulk mail databases.
9. I think many users are starting to get very tired of all the spamming and useless chatter that is happening on Usenet.
10. I was getting so much spam mail that I changed my email address.
11. Voice over Today they had spam or sausage casserole and mash followed by rice pudding and jam.
12. There were scones that had been spread with butter and jam, spam sandwiches, marmalade sandwiches and egg sandwiches.
13. In effect, it would ban all spam.
14. Throughout the summer adverts will appear in newspapers and magazines reminding people of the goodness of spam.