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


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  • John Tilson, majority leader of the House of Representatives, telegrammed Westall.

    The King's Best Highway

  • In October he telegrammed President Hoover and insisted on meeting with him “at once” about the expressway system.

    The King's Best Highway

  • The next day, he telegrammed Louisa, asking her to come down to Boston to see the printers about the book.

    Louisa May Alcott

  • The editor Maxwell Perkins, famous for his work with Ernest Hemingway, was even briefer: GIRL, he telegrammed his mother.

    The Tyranny of E-mail

  • The implication was clear, Harman later telegrammed to the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem.

    The Attack on the Liberty

  • His account conflicts with the transcript of the news briefing telegrammed to senior Navy officials that states that the information was provided to reporters during Gouldings 10:30 A.M. briefing.

    The Attack on the Liberty

  • The secretary of state telegrammed the American Embassy in Tel Aviv, demanding urgent confirmation that no prior inquiry was made.

    The Attack on the Liberty

  • The same people who had voted for Nixon where the ones who phoned and telegrammed their members of congress and wrote the them and protested in front of them, because they understood that this man was shredding the constitution.

    Impeaching Bush to Preserve the Constitution

  • His friend, writerproducer Herman Mankiewicz had telegrammed him promising “millions to be made here and your only competition is idiots.”


  • You are going great guns, Bob, Hicks telegrammed him.

    The Great Escape


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