aerogramme


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aer·o·gram

also aer·o·gramme  (âr′ə-grăm′)
n.
An airmail letter in the form of a lightweight sheet of stationery that folds into its own envelope for mailing at a low postage rate. Also called air letter.

ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aerogramme - a letter sent by air mailaerogramme - a letter sent by air mail    
letter, missive - a written message addressed to a person or organization; "mailed an indignant letter to the editor"
Translations
Aerogramm

aerogramme

nAerogramm nt, → Luftpostbrief m

aerogramme

[ˈɛərəʊˌgræm] naerogramma m
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Also seen was an example of the first ever aerogramme which originated in Iraq in 1932.
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Minister for Postal Services Sardar Umar Gorgeij told the House that Pakistan Post is providing services in the international sector including Foreign Letter Mail Service which includes Letters, Aerogramme, Postcards, Printed Papers, Small Packets and Cecogramme (Literature for the Blinds); Foreign Parcel Service which include Air Parcel Service, Surface Air Lifted Parcel Service and Surface Parcel Service; and Express Mail Service.
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It won him a stinging rebuke in an aerogramme from the great historian, which Greg kept as a 'sort of scouts badge of adversarial academia'.
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Nevada (US), Dec 21 (ANI): Hindus worldwide have applauded Singapore for issuing a special Airmail Aerogramme marking Deepavali (Diwali), the most popular Hindu festival also known as "festival of lights".
Break-ups occasion psychic incursions that hold little promise of comfort but provide tips toward self-knowledge, as in "Last Aerogramme to You, with Lizard," which opens, "I found a bat today--its belly full of bloody mosquitoes," and ends with the image of the speaker made to weep by a gecko that "skitters a loop around [her] wrist--exploring each elbow.
She glances down at the blue aerogramme open on the dresser.