begging letter

begging letter

n
a letter asking for money sent esp by a stranger to someone known to be rich
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In some way the magnificent offers certain magazines had made him leaked out, and Oakland ministers called upon him in a friendly way, while professional begging letters began to clutter his mail.
Begging letter spells out danger "DEAR Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
Later, the computer tells her to send the begging letter, with pictures she is to alter so that some of the children have terrible scars and others are on fire.
Prosecutor Rory Byrne said: "Then he sent her a begging letter of reconciliation, telling her how the relationship breakdown was hurting him.
After shaking out the adverts for PS5 off train fares to Gdansk, and 20% off chocolates from a shop you've never heard of, there will be the begging letter.
HEARTS chief Vladimir Romanov has sent a begging letter to fans of his basketball club asking for money.
This is not a begging letter, just a plea for help.
His CV reads like a JimOll Fix It begging letter and all he can get is work as an extra.
A NORTH Wales Labour MP received a begging letter from Tory leader Michael Howard asking for a cash donation towards the party's general election campaign.
This is not a begging letter sent by a politician bemoaning the unfair financial settlement handed down to him by an administration run by an opposing party.
Any truth in the rumour the first begging letter was sent by an increasingly frustrated Ally McCoist?
Smith told us Ricky had NOT written the begging letter, even though it was signed with his name.