American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for an express shipping service. This trademark often occurs in print in lowercase as a noun or verb: "For years, people in offices across the United States have talked about 'fedexing packages' and receiving or sending 'fedexes.'” ( Laurel Shaper Walters).
- Blend of federal and express (Wiktionary)
“So a few weeks back, Mr. Lopez tore himself a fresh piece of packaging paper and wrote out a plea to traffic agents who might not be aware of what he called FedEx policy to leave drivers responsible for certain egregious instances of illegal parking.”
“MIAMI (AP) FedEx is ending its sponsorship of the Orange Bowl after two decades.”
“I also assume that UPS and FedEx is going bankrupt since the US post office is gov't run. * sarcasm*”
“Buy stock in FedEx and exercise your rights as a stockholder to speak at the shareholders meetings.”
“The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decided in 1991 that FedEx is exactly the kind of integrated system that Congress intended to be covered by the Railway Labor Act – the Supreme Court declined to even hear the case because the ruling was so clear.”
“And FedEx is held up as the reason the post office needs to be privatized.”
“The fact remains that FedEx will not be hurt by unionizing; all FedEx is doing is attempting to carve a bigger slice of the pie for itself at the cost of the consumer and employee, which is all phenry is arguing for.”
“Also interesting that FedEx is reportedly expanding MX operations.”
“Roll Call reports that “FedEx is expected to launch a multimillion-dollar lobbying offensive as early as Tuesday to thwart legislation that would put the Memphis, Tenn. -based package delivery company under the same labor laws as its main competitor,” UPS.”
“FedEx is ending its sponsorship of the Orange Bowl after two decades.”
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