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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of FedEx.


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  • But you know these inconvenient truths already, which is why you cringe every time your aunt FedExes you another candy-wrapper tote bag.

    Jennifer Grayson: Eco Etiquette: How To Stop People From Buying You Useless 'Green' Tchotchkes

  • FedExes came from my dealer in New York to hotels all over the country.


  • So, transportation companies tend to do well, the UPSes, The FedExes, the Yellow Roadway Corporation.

    CNN Transcript Apr 30, 2009

  • Paul Batista, if they can find the Diprivan chain, if they can find somebody sending vials of Diprivan, which is used only in operating room settings, to Conrad Murray, we don ` t have to know what he had in those FedExes!

    CNN Transcript Jul 23, 2009

  • Even though they could trace him sending FedExes back and forth to Michael Jackson, how could they prove at trial that vials of Diprivan were in there?

    CNN Transcript Jul 23, 2009

  • Ian Halperin, author of "Unmasked: The Final Years of Michael Jackson," if this theory is correct about Conrad Murray, what do you think he was sending Jackson in all of those FedExes?

    CNN Transcript Jul 23, 2009

  • Aspiring Hollywood agents with Ivy degrees sort and deliver their bosses 'FedExes in coat and tie, preferably Armani. 10.

    Perma-Pressed: Where Formal Is Forever

  • My husband and I gain sudden popularity whenever his family FedExes us a few parbaked trays of Revello's to Japan.


  • By April, which was the month Prep slid off most best-seller lists, my life was back to normal: I was spending my afternoons alone in my apartment, receiving few phone calls or FedExes, and no bouquets of flowers.

    The Perils of Literary Success

  • She set down the clipboard and sorted through the while you were out pink slips to collect her own, then grabbed her mail and FedExes from the black tray bearing her name.

    Courting Trouble


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