aerogram


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aerogram

Medspeak
(1) Pneumogram, see there.
(2) Air bronchogram, see there.
 
Vox populi
Aérogramme; air letter. A special type of letter consisting of a thin lightweight piece of foldable and gummed paper for writing airmailed communiques, in which the letter is written on one side of the paper and the envelope itself comprises the other side.
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The aerogram letter from Zia Yanna arrived on one of those normal weekday nights.
But she did get on the plane and she wrote us weekly aerogram letters until Nonna's actual death three months later.
Lockheed highlighted its "new C-130J tactical airlifter, F-16 fighter, and theater missile defense system," all of which, it said in Airshow Canada's pre-show publication Aerogram, "are now available for worldwide sales.
A list of personnel was handed over to the Red Cross representatives in Dacca, and it took about three months for us to be given aerograms by the Indians to write home.
Mishan just wrote a letter on one of those old-fashioned blue aerograms and shipped it off to Harry and, bang, I got in with a full scholarship.
By the time I finally did meet her, in the seventies, she was between her ferocious books on Vietnam and Watergate, settled into her fourth marriage, to the diplomat James West, and full of gray-eyed matronly advice, to be followed up with little blue aerograms from Paris, gently reproving.