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mail consisting of printed matter qualifying for reduced postal rates

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inexpensive accommodations on a ship or train

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Large areas of Pakuau will be allocated under the third class category to the vast majority of people considered to be low wage earners of unemployed.
It follows warnings from rail-workers' union the RMT that the franchise to run trains between London, Newcastle and Scotland could lead to the creation of a third class service alongside the existing first class and standard class services.
It follows warnings from rail workers' union the RMT that the franchise to run trains between London, Newcastle and Scotland could lead to the creation of a third class service alongside the existing first class and standard class services.
A PLAN to bring back third class rail travel 57 years after it was scrapped "stinks and must be stopped", a union said yesterday.
Also up for auction is a Titanic third class second sitting table ticket and a brass stewards' lifeboat badge.
The ship had been divided into three classes based on wealth, and the third class, which was most affordable, had the greatest concentration of immigrants.
THE stagecoach passengers paid different prices for first, second and third class tickets.
Third class of emirati cadet pilots starts training Etihad Airways' third class of Emirati cadet pilots has begun flight training at the Horizon International Flight Academy in Al Ain.
The FDA has said it doesn't have the authority to christen a third class of drugs.
For these purposes a Third Class stamp is effective if you aren't mailing First Class.
1956: Third class travel on British Railway came to an end: Between 1830 and 1880 a huge railway network was build in Britain, and became a success as it was quicker, cheaper and more comfortable than travelling by stagecoach.
The third class includes the only new element to the suit - fines and criminal penalties as stipulated by the federal Racketeering and Influence Corrupt Organizations Act.
The Postal Service's unique proposal resulted from listening to the commonly expressed needs of its customers, including small businesses who depend upon third class advertising mail.
THE out of touch Tory-led Coalition could steam ahead with plans to bring back third class rail travel - 56 years after it was abolished.
On January morning in 1968, a Navy commander, three lieutenants (junior grade), four petty officers second class and a petty officer third class climbed aboard their OP-2E Neptune and prepared for takeoff.