Recent Examples of stationery from the Web
The times may be changing, but brides and grooms alike should bring back the traditional stationery wedding invitation.
All your old-school stationery supplies are fair game for measurements in the NFL.
Founded by Anna and Nathan Bond in 2008, Rifle Paper specializes in quality stationery invitations, cards, books and other gift items — all emblazoned with Anna's unique colorful artwork.
But her stationery story began in 2009, when a friend entreated Menocal to create invitations for her Palm Beach, Florida, wedding.
Owner John Frechette has assembled the perfect collection of hard-to-find stationery, natural candles, and crafty knick knacks.
This conscientious objector, a cooperative of 11 female artisans working in a former stationery shop from the 19th century, specializes instead in high-end design objects, jewelry and billowy women’s wear.
For the goal digger: L.A.’s favorite stationery and design boutique, Poketo, has just the thing to keep any organized pal on task throughout 2018.
Today's auction included two complete letters on Senate stationery along with two partial letters and three envelopes.
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stationary or stationery?
The Internet is awash with mnemonics (“something (such as a word, a sentence, or a song) that helps people remember something“) designed to assist those who have trouble distinguishing between two similar words. A fair share of these turn out to be for the words stationery and stationary. The most commonly suggested method is to remember that you buy papER at a stationERy store. If this trick does not work for you, then perhaps it will help to remember that a stationery store is one that is run by a stationer. This word was originally applied to a bookseller, but by the middle of the 17th century it began to be used for a person who sells papers, pens, and office goods.
Origin and Etymology of stationery
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