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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of airmail.


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  • Italy 1958 lot of 2 large pieces with 4 x 300L airmails

    SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 5776

  • Daunte Culpepper airmails the ball eighty-five yards to a streaking Randy Moss.

    Why Fantasy Football Matters

  • Even though there has been no spoken impoliteness there is a new fashion of discussing my stories as if he was a rather dissatisfied and cranky editor and of answering telegrams with delayed airmails and, most of all, completely changing his old policy of backing me up to the limit of what the next story will probably be sold for which makes it impossible to go on.

    A Life in Letters

  • Todd Pratt, former pizza parlor manager, airmails a 10th-inning home run to win a series for the Mets.

    Too bad the NLCS had to end

  • Department -- 40 or more pages each month devoted to stamp club news, notes, articles on stamps and stamp issuing countries, department on precancels, new issues, and airmails, and general information.

    Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting Battle Creek, Michigan, September 10 and 11, 1934

  • - Booker airmails another pass on the same kind of set described above.

    Bullets Forever

  • As a parting shot, here's Scully on the final play, when Jeremy Reed airmails that throw to the plate for the Mets 'fifth error.


  • Farleys; Famous Authors; airmails; Zeppelins; 3-cent sheets; postage due; revenue; pre-cancelled; documentary; and Cinderellas (Christmas seals, etc.).

    Antique News News!

  • (Yes, I know, because they're using those minutes to round Tony Allen back into form) On his first shot, Giddens airmails his first shot and looks forlorn on the other end of the court.

    Sports Media News

  • Stonum drives off the defender and gets himself open past the sticks; Threet airmails it.



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