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monogram

[Gr.,=single letter], symbol of a name or names, consisting typically of a letter or several letters worked together. A famous monogram is that of Christ, consisting of X (chi) and P (rho), the first two letters of Christ in Greek. The monogram has been commonly used by artists (e.g., Dürer), monarchs (e.g., E.R. for Elizabeth II), companies, societies, and others. Bridal monograms and monograms on clothing, silverware, jewelry, seals, and letterheads are common.
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Monogrammed Converse sneakers, $15 (monogram only); Gingersnaps, 1000 Highland Colony Pkwy.
Monogrammed wrapping paper, $48 for a 9-foot roll and $63 for an 18-foot roll; Fresh Ink, 46551-55 Frontage Rd.
Pickard also allows consumers to pick the piece or pieces they want monogrammed.
Caption(s): Pickard offers several options in its monogram program, but one of its most appealing features for retailers is the consumers' ability to pick and choose which pieces are monogrammed.
Shoppers still wishing to order monogrammed gifts should do so by December 15 to assure delivery by Christmas.
With the ability to embroider up to 10 letters, including punctuation and spaces, and nine different monogram styles to choose from, virtually every name and personality can be reflected on his custom monogrammed gift.