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  • noun Plural form of aerogramme., the alternative spelling of aerogram.

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Examples

  • They communicated with friends and family through infrequent "aerogrammes."

    37 years in: Family, fearlessness, sense of adventure

  • The Government of India has examined this matter again and issued instructions that apart from bona fide personal effects of travellers, post-cards, letters, aerogrammes, and telegrams, only the following items will be allowed for movement between India and South Africa through postal and other channels:

    OLIVER TAMBO AND THE STRUGGLE AGAINST APARTHEID

  • The Government of India has examined this matter again and issued instructions that apart from bona fide personal effects of travellers, post-cards, letters, aerogrammes, and telegrams, only the following items will be allowed for movement between India and South Africa through postal and other channels:

    OLIVER TAMBO

  • There was a perplexed look on his face as he studied one of those old blue aerogrammes we used to send.

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  • Just the other day, my colleague told me that his mother-in-law asked him to get her some aerogrammes.

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  • Well, aerogrammes were what people used to buy from the post office when they wanted to write a letter to someone who lived overseas.

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  • Cid Corman, and his peculiar habit of typing short poems on the outsides of the innumerable blue Japanese aerogrammes that kept him in touch with friends and fellow poets around the world.

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