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  • n. Plural form of invitation.

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Examples

  • One senior administration official said Wednesday the reconsideration of the July 4th invitations is consistent with Obama's comments Tuesday, in which he said he was "shocked and appalled" at the violence against demonstrators.

    Officials: President Obama reconsidering July 4 invitations to Iran

  • Responding "maybe" to Facebook, Evite and e-mail invitations is a popular alternative to saying "yes" or "no" outright.

    The Many Powers of Maybe

  • McCain knows perfectly well that U.S. bases in S. Korea, Japan, etc., exist because of invitations from the host nations.

    White House Tips Press Off to Maliki Interview - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The Beep reports that the little cottage industry in Gmail invitations is now no longer legit.

    Archive 2004-07-01

  • For several years, every fall, I would receive invitations from the Jack London Foundation to participate in an annual banquet held in California in honor of the great writer's birthday.

    A BIRTHDAY GIFT

  • And though Bledsoe's future with the Patriots, for whom he has played all of his nine seasons and earned three Pro Bowl invitations, is cloudy, that isn't the case for Brady.

    USATODAY.com - It's all good for Super Bowl MVP

  • When I was in London a little more than a month ago I received invitations from the officers of the Canadian Club and the Empire Club to speak at meetings in Toronto.

    The Present Challenge to Canada

  • Agassiz now began also to receive pressing invitations from the English naturalists, from Buckland, Lyell, Murchison, and others, to visit England, and examine their wonderful collections of fossil remains.

    Louis Agassiz His Life and Correspondence

  • The style of these invitations is as follows: – A device is engraved on the paper, such as a tomb and cypress, and below is printed,

    Life in Mexico, During a Residence of Two Years in That Country

  • Jurors from the medicine, physics, and chemistry comittees all accepted invitations from the Chinese government to come speak about what it takes to win a Nobel Prize.

    FP Passport

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