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Synonyms for mailbag

pouch used in the shipment of mail


letter carrier's shoulder bag


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In Wales, in the weeks leading up to Christmas, postmen and women can expect to handle more than 50 million items of festive mail a week, more than twice its normal daily mailbag.
Det Supt Chris Corcoran, leading the inquiry, said, ``At the time of the attack two young men were seen standing near his bike which had a mailbag attached to it.
Mailbag Assistant gives you powerful search and organization tools that are inadequate or simply unavailable in conventional mail programs.
First five correct entries from our mailbag win a DVD.
Also on the Mailbag page are inquiries generated from our web site.
Angry bosses at Ratcliff and Roper, based in Worksop, Notts, could not believe it when a mailbag bulging with letters posted in October, arrived 52 days late.
Fookes Software has released Mailbag Assistant, a program that allows users to organise, manage and search their e-mails.
In December 1991, Folio Mailbag software was introduced.
Product Sub-Category: Baglabels For Firstclass Unregd Mailbag
One correspondent (Brian Horton, Mailbag, December 10) quite rightly talks about heritage being about people, not stone or flint chips.
What's on readers' minds: Mirroring the national debate in Congress, immigration was the top letter topic in the Mailbag this week.
Mr Leach, aged 37, said the man was of Afro-Caribbean appearance, wearing white shorts and a red, sleeveless, fleece-style jacket, and just said, "All right lads", before taking the mailbag.
Think: A glimpse through actor John Malkovich's mailbag, filled with skewed film-project pitches.
In Greece, traces of bacteria - but not necessarily anthrax - were found in a mailbag at the US Embassy, the US State Department said, and additional tests were being done to identify the bacteria.