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- n. Alternative form of mail bomb.
- v. Alternative form of mail bomb.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
VHeadline editor & publisher Roy S. Carson writes: A perhaps well-intended exhortation appears in the current issue of the Australian Green Left Weekly relaying a statement by the US-based and Venezuelan government financed Venezuelan Information Office (VIO) to deluge/mailbomb the office of the New York Times in protest over a June 3 article entitled “Chavez Decree Tightens Hold on Intelligence.”
This is coming up tomorrow so I suggest that you mailbomb the good supervisor with helpful suggestions on why this law is well, a bad idea.
Hunt is on for al-Qaeda's mailbomb terrorists AN INTERNATIONAL hunt has begun for the terrorists who tried to mail two bombs from Yemen to Chicago-area synagogues in a brazen plot that heightened fears of a renewed al-Qaeida terror offensive against the US and other Western countries.
I’m sorry that it’s Lisa…she’s had a hell of alot on her plate, pregnancy in highschool, giving up the baby, one of Les’ students intercepting his letters to her, getting hurt in an mailbomb explosion at the post office, cancer, etc.