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


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  • One of the women who I flyered neighborhoods with, Carol, had a brain disorder and had been dropped by her insurance after losing her job when she had brain surgery and needed time off to recover.

    Vanessa Carmichael: Remembering August

  • In which Tom Deacon discusses why he's a comedian, we get flyered and Prince Abdi is shafted.

    Letter to America

  • I didn't hear any complaints when Stephanos flyered the neighborhood.


  • Sounds paranoid, but when my dearly departed kitty of years ago went missing I flyered the neighbourhood and went door to door, and everybody knew her and several people were feeding her.

    wut u meen iz nat fud? - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • All the while the bulletin board had been flyered by official Royan / Lelonek campaign flyers in the mean time.

    Eastern Echo BETA

  • But resident Richard Padden said that the neighborhood had not been flyered.

    Jamaica Plain Gazette

  • They get to the city and as was often the case, the promoter had not flyered or postered the show.

    Chicago Reader

  • We went out and flyered every gay bar we could get to, like this was the '70s and bars were still community spaces, and the crazy thing that happened is that we expected 1000 people if we were really successful, but we ended up with 10,000.

    NOBODY PASSES, darling

  • We had print and radio press coverage, and we’d flyered all over town.



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