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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of courier.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The 'couriered' call letter still seems to be on its way!

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  • Prosecutors in Puglia's regional capital, Bari, were reported to be probing allegations that D'Addario illegally 'couriered' the 1.5 million euros, packed inside her corset in wads of 500 euro notes, according the Bari-based Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno.

    Gates of Vienna

  • Courtney Love tweeted a message to Lowe asking for a dress to be couriered to her New York hotel.

    The Saturday interview: Pearl and Daisy Lowe

  • Occasionally, we faxed news releases to favoured journalists, or they were couriered by motorcycle messenger.

    PR and web 2.0 ‘ghosts’ « pwcom 2.0

  • So he went to a sex shop, bought a vajazzle – the female equivalent, which does exist – repackaged it and couriered it across to his pursuer.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • The hormone is found in the panda's urine, so the urine must be collected, packaged and couriered 70 miles to the lab to see how far the cycle has progressed.

    Anxious zoo officials trying to determine whether giant panda is pregnant

  • "Even megastar Sir Elton John made sure he got his album early, ordering five copies to be couriered from Daily Mirror hq to his home."

    Prince album boosts Mirror and Record sales - but only for one day

  • So far the performances in Hong Kong are not live; instead of a satellite feed, the performance is couriered from the U.S. on a hard drive holding more than 100 gigabytes of data per opera.

    Hong Kong's Opera Evangelist

  • Hunter withdrew the silver-and-black invitation that had been couriered to his hotel at noon.

    SILENT TRUTH

  • Donatella Rahn stood in front of her mammoth glass desk and studied a series of ten-by-eight Polaroids that had just been couriered to her office from a shoot that was going on across town.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

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