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  • v. Present participle of FedEx.


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  • I'd made this deadline for myself that I'd finish it so she could read it on the plane back to New York, and I really threw myself into getting that accomplished, and then FedExing it to Bali, which is much less difficult than you'd think, and then of course I paced the house, wondering if she'd received it, and what she thought, and on and on ...

    Catherine Murdock discusses her first novel, Dairy Queen.

  • I started FedExing it to Wyatt, and night after night we stayed on the phone for eight to ten hours, shooting up together.


  • I had someone FedExing me cocaine, and before long I brought this practice home.


  • Was he FedExing the deadly drugs to Michael Jackson?

    CNN Transcript Jul 23, 2009

  • So I think they ` re trying to set up, and as we can see the paperwork, is Conrad Murray had to have been getting it some other way from some other place, either storage or FedExing it in constantly.

    CNN Transcript Aug 14, 2009

  • At E-Loan's new headquarters in Dublin, Calif., a staff of 170 underwriters, processors and customer-service staffers scurry about, FedExing applications to customers, answering questions by phone and e-mail and ordering appraisals.

    Dial Up A Mortgage

  • But don't expect a repeat of the '90s -- the next revolution in Silicon Valley won't feature idiotic Super Bowl commercials and billion-dollar ventures based on FedExing pet food.

    Silicon Valley Reboots

  • A billion thanks to Kathy for FedExing it over, and to our awesome attorneys Minette and Sheryl for working on this for five-and-a-half years.

    Yatima » 2008 » May

  • This friend let me use the iPhone over the weekend before FedExing it to Europe.

    iPhone Email Sets New Standard

  • If you're interested in thinking about future possibilities of the MMOG form i.e. is there an alternative to rat-whacking and FedExing? you should take a look at this stuff.

    November 2005


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