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  • verb Past participle of monogram

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Examples

  • Then I unzipped my backpack and pulled out my lunch, which was stored in a zippered, insulated pink bag with my name monogrammed on the front.

    Certain Girls

  • Then I unzipped my backpack and pulled out my lunch, which was stored in a zippered, insulated pink bag with my name monogrammed on the front.

    Certain Girls

  • Then I unzipped my backpack and pulled out my lunch, which was stored in a zippered, insulated pink bag with my name monogrammed on the front.

    Certain Girls

  •  He was wearing a battleship gray work-shirt with his name monogrammed on one pocket.

    Man Loses Life

  • When I was a boy still being dressed in monogrammed sweaters by a Mom who also seemed to favor the bowl cut hairdo for her boys, I looked forward to going to Sunday night church service.

    Song on the Brain (2/16)

  • When I was a boy still being dressed in monogrammed sweaters by a Mom who also seemed to favor the bowl cut hairdo for her boys, I looked forward to going to Sunday night church service.

    February 2004

  • a starchy new Williams Sonoma denim apron with my name monogrammed on it.

    New Toys

  • - Treats and nuts such as monogrammed foil fabric wrapped chocolates, candies, mints, almonds, homemade rock crystal candy, fortune cookies, old-fashioned candy sticks.

    Article Source

  • If your wedding is a more formal affair then you might consider selecting a time-honored toppers or possibly use your initials to create a 'monogrammed' wedding cake topper.

    Purpleocity.net

  • KBR's fraudulent activities have, according to the Government Accountability Office, included the failure to adequately account for more than a billion dollars in contracted funds; the leasing of vehicles to be used by company personnel for up to $125,000 a year (despite the fact that these vehicles could have been purchased outright for $40,000 or less); the purchase of unnecessary luxuries such as monogrammed towels for use in company-run recreation facilities for military personnel; the overcharging for fuel brought into Iraq from Kuwait for military use; the charging to the Pentagon's tab three to four times as many meals as were actually consumed by U.S. military personnel; and the provision of unclean water for U.S. troops.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

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