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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of e-mail.


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  • He had spent more time than Sandy Stilwell thought necessary discussing and debating the provisions highlighted in the speech, which were emphasized again in a flurry of e-mailed summaries, talking points, and endorsements from various chambers of commerce, trade associations, small-business coalitions, taxpayer advocacy groups, economists, and a half dozen individuals with no public affiliations who shared a basic profile: heads of household, annual income between forty-five thousand and seventy-five thousand dollars.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • His campaign had e-mailed a lengthy document to reporters, putting the incriminating items from his gubernatorial record in the context of larger policies intended to benefit a broader public interest.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • I had e-mailed a Coalition adviser from the Hilla office and told him I wanted to visit the center.

    Day of Honey

  • He e-mailed me back confessing he was unaware Brown was even coming over to his city.

    17 Standing Ovations - but beyond Capitol Hill?

  • This report is confirmed by my own limited experience: The day before GB's visit, I e-mailed my old friend James Morrison, a senior correspondant for The Washington Times, trying to interest him in a topical Obama - Brown - Burns link.

    17 Standing Ovations - but beyond Capitol Hill?

  • A couple of people e-mailed me this story, which is apparently making the rounds in some conservative circles.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Massive Problems with Anti-Obama Allegations That Have Been Making the Rounds Recently

  • I e-mailed Concerned Oregonians immediately after receiving their letter:

    Civil Rights

  • A few days ago, I e-mailed back and forth with an early mentor of mine: former US Congressman Les AuCoin.


  • United Methodist Bishop William Boyd Grove e-mailed me today from his home in Charleston, West Virginia with the following statement which he asked that I post:

    Clergy Leadership Network

  • People have e-mailed me or posted comments on my blog with similar statements.



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