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- A postal service was developed closely tied in with the organization of the army.
- A postal service was started on 1 May1888, Zululand being included with Natal in the UPU from that date.
- The Postal Service is required by law to seek an advisory opinion from the PRC any time a nationwide change in service is proposed.
- The Postal Service is acting like this is a done deal and will take place in October; nothing could be further from the truth.
- The Postal Service is a resource to help you learn to plan and send Direct Mail campaigns that attract and retain customers.
- The Postal Service said that the USO should continue to be broadly defined and there should be no changes to the postal monopoly.
- Postal Zone "City" and "Town" A postal zone "City" and "Town" is an administrative district established by the U.S. Postal Service to deliver the mail.
- This is the first time the Postal Service is adjusting prices for its shipping services on a different schedule from its mailing service price adjustments.
- In March, the Postal Service filed a proposal with the Postal Regulatory Commission to eliminate Saturday delivery.
- Just like a postal service for physical mail, there are electronic mail servers for electronic mail.
- For many Internet users, electronic mail (e-mail) has practically replaced the Postal Service for short written transactions.
- This 34¢ stamp was issued by the United States Postal Service on February 1, 2001 as part of the American Illustrators series.
- In 1983, the United States Postal Service issued a stamp of the composer as part of its Black Heritage commemorative series.
- Their business model allows them to compete with the Postal Service on both a price and service basis.
- When rock and roll came in during the 1950s, Frankie Manning settled down to family life and a career with the U.S. Postal service.
- The Postal Service posted a $297 million loss for the first quarter of fiscal 2010, which ended Dec.
- Zemstvos A fascinating and much neglected aspect of Russian philately - stamps issued for local (rather than national) postal service.
- The Postal Service doesn't plan any layoffs; Corbett said those cuts will come through attrition.
- The Postal Service should provide more lucrative incentive packages to potential retirees in efforts to accelerate attrition, auditors said.
- The Act took effect April 1, 1868, providing uniform postal service throughout the newly established country.
- Other machines, such as U.S. Postal Service machines are maintained by governmental or quasi-governmental entities.
- In accordance to section 1006 of title 39, United States Code, Postal Service employees serve under excepted appointments.
- The Postal Service also proposes to eliminate Saturday initial processing of all mail but Express Mail and qualifying destination entry bulk mail.
- Phil Spector The Postal Service is being wasteful in spending nearly $300,000 to promote its Elvis Presley stamp.
- Cancelled-to-order - A cancelled to order postage stamp is a stamp the issuing postal service has canceled before selling it to a stamp collector or dealer.
- The U.S. Postal Service collected $8 billion through postage meter resettings, representing 49 percent of their total postage revenue.
- Leo Leo was one of four constellations depicted in a United States Postal Service commemorative stamp issue of October 2005 entitled "Constellations".
- The provisional patent application was filed using the Express Mail Service of the US Postal Service and included a proper certificate of express mailing.
- Stamps of Lombardy-Venetia first used in the principalities by the Austrian postal service.
- This is the eighth year the 32-year-old Texan has been sponsored by the Postal Service, but he says retirement at the end of the season is hard to imagine.
- The Postal Service outlined the long-awaited Evolutionary Network Development (END) program in a meeting with APWU officers Feb.
- As a matter of policy, the Office has accepted the EXPRESS MAIL service of the United States Postal Service as equivalent to hand filing with the Office.
- In other action, the Board voted today to give the Postal Service the authority to engage in long-term borrowing.
- In principle, a postal service can be private or public.
- In 1837 Sir Rowland Hill, after having completed exhaustive studies of the postal service then in effect, made public his revolutionary idea, the stamp.
- L. 91-375, set out as an Effective Date note preceding section 101 of Title 39, Postal Service.
- Green Arrow stamp The United States Postal Service announced that it will issue a set of DC Comics Super Hero stamps in late 2006.
- The cost-cutting measure is part of a multi-point plan to help sustain the postal service for the long term.
- Discovering the history of the Postal Service is a journey into the history of transportation, economics, industrialization, communications, and government.
- The U.S. Postal Service operates as an independent, self-supporting agency within the government.
- If the Postal Service is authorized to make its proposed changes, it claims that its financial condition would be improved by a net of $3.1 billion annually.
- Stamps that are collected without being used are paid for, but the purchaser chooses not to use the postal service purchased, leaving 100% clear profit.
- As a result of postal workers' high level of service, the Postal Service has become one of the most trusted organizations in America.
- It's to bad that the US Postal Service could not give the same sort of honors to the BSA.
- H.R. 3167 which if passed into law would require the 2010 United States Census to be conducted in partnership with the United States Postal Service.
- This building was completed in 1899 and was used as headquarters for the US Postal Service and the District of Columbia mail depot.
- On November 28, 1805 this relay station of the Austrian postal service served as the headquarters of Marshall Murat.
- The Philatelic Museum takes you through the history of the postal service in Thailand and the world.
- As we enter the home stretch for sending Christmas gifts, the oft-maligned U.S. Postal Service earned top marks in a comparison of the Big Three of shipping.
- The U.S. Postal Service, like postal authorities around the world, regulates the mail industry closely to ensure the prevention of counterfeit postage.
- As summarized in the colorful prose of the McDonald's pirate himself: "Domain names are to the Internet what addresses are to the Postal Service.
- The U.S. Postal Service is battling to keep its place in electronic America by going on the Internet.
- If the U.S. Postal Service is allowed to tinker with email, it will mark the end of the "free" Internet in the United States.
- The Postal Service also receives competition from email.
- The Postal Service has decided on a future path that calls for greater business model flexibility and changes to the way it does business.
- The role of the Postal Service as a government-approved monopoly continues to be a topic of debate.
- The suit accused postal officials of attempting to violate the confidentiality of customers lists it is required to give the Postal Service.
- The lasting legacy of Spooner's challenge to the postal service was the 3-cent stamp, adopted in response to the competition his company provided.
- The revenue from the postal service went to the Government.
- Successive Governments had used the profits from the postal service as revenue.
- A postal service may sometimes opt to transport some regular mail by air, perhaps because other transportation is unavailable.
- Although the Postal Service provides vehicles to city carriers, most rural carriers must use their own automobiles.
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