letter-heading love


from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as letter-head, 1.


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  • But his bargain did not include a Telegraphic Address, and that morning, working from his letter-heading, "Alfred Aitchkin," he had brought himself to compose an appropriate word.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-04-14

  • Jill exhibited a piece of paper stamped with the letter-heading of the management.

    Jill the Reckless

  • Caroline glanced at the engraved letter-heading and began to read in her careful, childish voice:

    While Caroline Was Growing

  • He had been weaving dreams from the letter-heading above Mr. Pole's letter.

    Bones in London

  • There was one, long and official-looking, with a printed letter-heading on the outside, and

    The Rise of Silas Lapham

  • (Collins was responsible for the letter-heading for London University’s first notepaper.)

    Closely guarded secret

  • 'letter-heading' of the Maison d'Or; for they were full of love.

    Swann's Way

  • "If we could find something, anything -- a mere business card, a letter-heading -- that would give us Dimambro's permanent address, it would be of use.

    The Herapath Property


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