Examples of letterhead in a Sentence
We changed the design of our letterhead.
They sent her a letter printed on company letterhead.
Recent Examples of letterhead from the Web
Stephen Lynch and Elijah Cummings on House Oversight Committee letterhead comes a week after NBC News reported that special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating a potential quid pro quo.
The society has created new marketing materials to match the historic colors and logo including a tri-fold brochure, letterhead, newsletter, business cards, a news release template, and more.
Is there a way to modify one of the stock business letters into a multipage document with my own letterhead?
Traini's ordinance said that the port didn't have to swap out its signs, letterheads or other materials immediately.
Pruitt once received a letter from one such outlet complaining about an EPA regulation, pasted his own letterhead on it, and sent it along to...the EPA.
The second note reportedly fetched a lot less—just over $250,000—perhaps because the sentiment is less original, or maybe because it wasn’t written on hotel letterhead.
But just two weeks earlier, Agape had submitted a letter on Orange County government letterhead, with a signature from an inspector, saying the school had passed the fire inspection.
That means tens of thousands of titles being presented each year to clutter corporate letterheads.
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First Known Use of letterhead
LETTERHEAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of letterhead for English Language Learners
: the name and address of an organization (such as a company) that is printed at the top of a piece of paper used for writing official letters; also : paper that has the name and address of an organization printed at the top
LETTERHEAD Defined for Kids
Definition of letterhead for Students
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