- v. Simple past tense and past participle of email.
“The Moody's move suggests global markets turn increasingly positive about China's medium-term fundamentals, so it's a big positive for commodities and related currencies," BofA Merrill Lynch China economist Ting Lu wrote in emailed comments.”
“Nor did O'Donnell's spox dispute that the LinkedIn profile was hers when I again emailed her yesterday to let her know I was close to publishing.”
“Update #2: The author Joel Epstein emailed me a response to this post.”
“Nor did O'Donnell's spox dispute that the LinkedIn profile was hers when I again emailed her on Monday to let her know I was close to publishing.”
“Tim from Wisconsin emailed us this question below.”
“Catholicgauze, fresh from his conquest of the blogosphere and being called a monster in Spanish, emailed me from interesting LOST links.”
“Took me two tries to get the login code emailed to me, and three tries typing in the Pen-Elayne URL before I gave up on the survey program being able to find this blog maybe they should Google my first name!”
“Recently, Mr. Colvin emailed me: well duh, that's what I said .....”
“Everyone who emailed the code word got an entry, and from those eligible entries, we got our second winner:”
“Applications must be in English, emailed as a single, and include in the following order:”
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