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Synonyms for letter box

a numbered compartment in a post office where mail is put to be called for

public box for deposit of mail

a private box for delivery of mail


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Similar incidents have been reported on social media in the past, with residents saying they heard a woman moaning through their letterboxes asking to be let in.
At some point he posted the knife through the letterbox."
The fiscal added: "Moments later, the knife came through the letterbox. There was blood on it.
A sign that tells workers a dog is in the house would be helpful, or a cage around the letterbox to collect the post."
Again the couple woke up to find a firework had been pushed through the letterbox.
Many vets advise dog owners to buy a letterbox cage if their pets chew on mail.
Mum opened the letterbox the smoke rushing phoned brigade came two minutes just a blur that "We went outside and could see smoke.
Two adults and three children were asleep at the property on Heol Aneurin in the Penyrheol area on Caerphilly on Monday when a piece of material was pushed through a letterbox and set alight at 4am.
Letterbox Recruiting, based in Rhuddlan and Beaumaris, spoke to youngsters at Coleg Llandrillo in Denbigh.
Sneller, 53, who was campaigning on behalf of Labour candidate Matt McLaughlin in the Kilmarnock and Irvine Valley constituency, at first thought his finger had caught in the letterbox.
A thief stole a Ford Galaxy earlier this week after pushing a fishing rod through the letterbox of a home in Southbank Road, Coundon, to get keys left near the front door.
1) DVD-L300 comes equipped with a letterbox eliminator, picture CD viewer, and 10-inch screen, $599.99, by Samsung.
To understand where I am coming from, take a look at the Letterbox department on p.
* HBO has bowed to the wishes of David Chase, the creator and co-executive producer of "The Sopranos," sending out the series -- the most popular in the network's history -- in letterbox on HBO and relegating the full-screen version to one of its multiplex clones, HBO Plus.