Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A trademark used for a telegram transmitted to a post office and delivered to the addressee by the postal service.

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Examples

  • Shortly after the wedding, in response to an inquiry from the Rockefeller family, he sent a Mailgram to John D. Rockefeller III, the first cousin of Margaret Strong de Cuevas de Larrain, stating his position as the representative of the marquesa and now of de Larrain.

    The Rockefeller and the Ballet Boys

  • “Do not worry about her or be concerned about any rumors you may have heard,” the Mailgram read.

    The Rockefeller and the Ballet Boys

  • The Mailgram is signed by Mrs. Kallie Smith Sadie?

    Radical-In-Chief

  • We have the text of a Mailgram from Obama’s group to CHA director Zirl Smith, copied with a separate cover letter to Mayor Washington.68 We also find city documents on the asbestos issue, including a long internal report recounting events, and transcripts of local news coverage.69 According to these documents, Obama and DCP met first with Altgeld manager Walter Williams Mr. Anderson?

    Radical-In-Chief

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