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  • noun Plural form of aerogram.

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Examples

  • My future life, career, and everything now depended on insubstantial aerograms.

    SuperCooperators

  • Just as Orwell wasn't going to walk to London when there were Green Line buses available, most of us aren't going to discard our smartphones and internet access for aerograms and hand-drawn maps.

    Has technology robbed travel of its riches?

  • The last he was certain was Dr. Blaise Langley, the subject of more than two dozen melodramatic aerograms from Africa years earlier.

    Strangers at the Feast

  • The last he was certain was Dr. Blaise Langley, the subject of more than two dozen melodramatic aerograms from Africa years earlier.

    Strangers at the Feast

  • The last he was certain was Dr. Blaise Langley, the subject of more than two dozen melodramatic aerograms from Africa years earlier.

    Strangers at the Feast

  • The letters Carver wrote to Johnson from Israel are squeezed onto aerograms and partially devoted to requests for news of the publishing world.

    Raymond Carver

  • I may mention here that radio-aerograms are seldom if ever used in war time, or for the transmission of secret dispatches at any time, for as often as one nation discovers a new cipher, or invents a new instrument for wireless purposes its neighbours bend every effort until they are able to intercept and translate the messages.

    The Gods of Mars

  • All they knew they learned from aerograms, one from Admiral Durenne off the Isle of Wight saying that the Portsmouth forts had been silenced and the

    The World Peril of 1910

  • Not the least important of the aerograms which had been received during the early morning had been one, of course in code, from Captain Erskine of the _Ithuriel_ from Harwich, welcoming the aërial fleet and giving details of his movements in conjunction with it for the next ten days.

    The World Peril of 1910

  • Just as Orwell wasn't going to walk to London when there were Green Line buses available, most of us aren't going to discard our smartphones and internet access for aerograms and hand-drawn maps.

    The Guardian World News

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