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Synonyms for mail

postal service

post

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Synonyms for mail

the system whereby messages are transmitted via the post office

a conveyance that transports the letters and packages that are conveyed by the postal system

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any particular collection of letters or packages that is delivered

send via the postal service

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cause to be directed or transmitted to another place

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In addition to the short story and the poem, postal officials claimed that the ONE issue was not mailable because of an advertisement placed by the gay Swiss magazine Der Kreis ("The Circle"), a publication that the government contended was itself obscene.
Submissions can be on any subject - but must be art relating to a mailable or mailed form, including art using jiffy bags, envelopes, brown paper and packages.
Art Deco Postcards is a full-color, compact-size artbook featuring the illustrations of 250 original Art Deco postcards from all over the world, plus a handful detachable and mailable postcards among its pages.
She points to how Wellington IT company Geeks on Wheels used NZ Posts' Mailbase program to create bespoke mailable flyers so the company could keep in touch with its customer base, generate ongoing work and ensure its customers continue to use the firm for all their IT requirements.
Service includes a specially designed mailable sharps container with barcode tracking, a tracking form, protective lab liner, and instructions in both English and Spanish.
Constitution effectively created a set of mailable materials, and
So there is a 'world of difference' between the broader market data on an interest area, and the actual mailable and promotable universe," Lee says.
Council of Greenburgh Civic Ass'ns, the Court upheld a federal law (118) which provided that "[w]hoever knowingly and willfully deposits any mailable matter .
Customers can send their postal lists to his company or others, and the vendors will match the list with a database of email addresses that are mailable and then send a request for email permission to the individuals on the list.
Robert Myers, a former publisher of The New Republic, told us about how, in the 1960s, he had put together a group of small-circulation magazines whose purpose was precisely to promote their common postal interests and which had even come up with a constructive proposal that he persuaded congressman Morris Udall to introduce as legislation: that the first 250,000 copies (in Udall's bill, it was only 25,000) of all publications be mailable at reduced rates.