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

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Examples

  • She makes 30-40 dozen of the most amazing cinnamon rolls every year as gifts for Christmas (I get mine fed-exed) by hand in giant rubbermaid tubs on the kitchen floor.

    Beard dinner. Ticket giveaway. Mom.

  • I was exed in 1990 at 18 got my GF — now wife — pregnant, and I still view it as the single most positive point of change in my life.

    Remembering Fear. | Mind on Fire

  • She makes 30-40 dozen of the most amazing cinnamon rolls every year as gifts for Christmas I get mine fed-exed by hand in giant rubbermaid tubs on the kitchen floor.

    Beard dinner. Ticket giveaway. Mom.

  • Now, it's not as if the Americans were completely exed out, because Exxon and Occidental as a consortium did get in contracts.

    CNN Transcript Dec 14, 2009

  • I still want the mail from this past year fed-exed down though.

    FM3 renewal... and the income thing

  • He? exed his forearm, felt the corded muscle move underneath his wounded and roughly healed skin and light red arm hair.

    'City of the Sun'

  • Remarkably, the Vietnamese embassy was able to take a passport fed exed to them on Monday and Visa it and return it from New York to St. Louis by Thursday.

    Ketogenic diet and brain energy | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • I wonder to myself how much it might cost to have a couple of them fed-exed to the black hole of pizza otherwise known as central Ontario.

    Constant Cravings

  • Voting yesterday, the House Fed-exed a piece of overnight legislation that would bring the contractors under the jurisdiction of U.S. civilian courts.

    Blackwater's Backwash

  • Because I told Golum to have it fed-exed to Mordor by noon!!

    super-suzan Diary Entry

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