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POSTAL MONOPOLY
POSTAL ZONE
MAILING SERVICE
POSTAL REGULATORY COMMISSION
ELECTRONIC MAIL
PART
BUSINESS MODEL
FRANKIE MANNING
FISCAL 2010
RUSSIAN PHILATELY
ATTRITION
UNIFORM POSTAL SERVICE
POSTAL SERVICE MACHINES
POSTAL SERVICE EMPLOYEES
EXPRESS MAIL
ELVIS PRESLEY STAMP
ISSUING POSTAL SERVICE
POSTAGE REVENUE
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE COMMEMORATIVE STAMP ISSUE
EXPRESS MAIL SERVICE
AUSTRIAN POSTAL SERVICE
END
OFFICE
ACTION
PUBLIC
SET
HELP
GOVERNMENT
AUTHORIZED
PROFIT
AMERICA
HONORS
LAW
HEADQUARTERS
WORLD
SHIPPING
POSTAL AUTHORITIES
INTERNET
EMAIL
WAY
TOPIC
ATTEMPTING
COMPANY
REVENUE
TRANSPORT
VEHICLES
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. A postal service was developed closely tied in with the organization of the army. (Web site)
  2. A postal service was started on 1 May1888, Zululand being included with Natal in the UPU from that date.
  3. The Postal Service is required by law to seek an advisory opinion from the PRC any time a nationwide change in service is proposed. (Web site)
  4. The Postal Service is acting like this is a done deal and will take place in October; nothing could be further from the truth. (Web site)
  5. The Postal Service is a resource to help you learn to plan and send Direct Mail campaigns that attract and retain customers.

Postal Monopoly

  1. The Postal Service said that the USO should continue to be broadly defined and there should be no changes to the postal monopoly. (Web site)

Postal Zone

  1. 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. (Web site)

Mailing Service

  1. 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.

Postal Regulatory Commission

  1. In March, the Postal Service filed a proposal with the Postal Regulatory Commission to eliminate Saturday delivery. (Web site)

Electronic Mail

  1. Just like a postal service for physical mail, there are electronic mail servers for electronic mail. (Web site)
  2. For many Internet users, electronic mail (e-mail) has practically replaced the Postal Service for short written transactions.

Part

  1. This 34¢ stamp was issued by the United States Postal Service on February 1, 2001 as part of the American Illustrators series.
  2. In 1983, the United States Postal Service issued a stamp of the composer as part of its Black Heritage commemorative series. (Web site)

Business Model

  1. Their business model allows them to compete with the Postal Service on both a price and service basis. (Web site)

Frankie Manning

  1. 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.

Fiscal 2010

  1. The Postal Service posted a $297 million loss for the first quarter of fiscal 2010, which ended Dec. (Web site)

Russian Philately

  1. Zemstvos A fascinating and much neglected aspect of Russian philately - stamps issued for local (rather than national) postal service.

Attrition

  1. The Postal Service doesn't plan any layoffs; Corbett said those cuts will come through attrition. (Web site)
  2. The Postal Service should provide more lucrative incentive packages to potential retirees in efforts to accelerate attrition, auditors said.

Uniform Postal Service

  1. The Act took effect April 1, 1868, providing uniform postal service throughout the newly established country. (Web site)

Postal Service Machines

  1. Other machines, such as U.S. Postal Service machines are maintained by governmental or quasi-governmental entities.

Postal Service Employees

  1. In accordance to section 1006 of title 39, United States Code, Postal Service employees serve under excepted appointments.

Express Mail

  1. The Postal Service also proposes to eliminate Saturday initial processing of all mail but Express Mail and qualifying destination entry bulk mail. (Web site)

Elvis Presley Stamp

  1. Phil Spector The Postal Service is being wasteful in spending nearly $300,000 to promote its Elvis Presley stamp.

Issuing Postal Service

  1. 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. (Web site)

Postage Revenue

  1. The U.S. Postal Service collected $8 billion through postage meter resettings, representing 49 percent of their total postage revenue. (Web site)

United States Postal Service Commemorative Stamp Issue

  1. Leo Leo was one of four constellations depicted in a United States Postal Service commemorative stamp issue of October 2005 entitled "Constellations".

Express Mail Service

  1. The provisional patent application was filed using the Express Mail Service of the US Postal Service and included a proper certificate of express mailing.

Austrian Postal Service

  1. Stamps of Lombardy-Venetia first used in the principalities by the Austrian postal service.

End

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. The Postal Service outlined the long-awaited Evolutionary Network Development (END) program in a meeting with APWU officers Feb. (Web site)

Office

  1. 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.

Action

  1. In other action, the Board voted today to give the Postal Service the authority to engage in long-term borrowing.

Public

  1. In principle, a postal service can be private or public. (Web site)
  2. In 1837 Sir Rowland Hill, after having completed exhaustive studies of the postal service then in effect, made public his revolutionary idea, the stamp. (Web site)

Set

  1. L. 91-375, set out as an Effective Date note preceding section 101 of Title 39, Postal Service. (Web site)
  2. Green Arrow stamp The United States Postal Service announced that it will issue a set of DC Comics Super Hero stamps in late 2006.

Help

  1. The cost-cutting measure is part of a multi-point plan to help sustain the postal service for the long term.

Government

  1. Discovering the history of the Postal Service is a journey into the history of transportation, economics, industrialization, communications, and government.
  2. The U.S. Postal Service operates as an independent, self-supporting agency within the government. (Web site)

Authorized

  1. 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.

Profit

  1. 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. (Web site)

America

  1. As a result of postal workers' high level of service, the Postal Service has become one of the most trusted organizations in America. (Web site)

Honors

  1. It's to bad that the US Postal Service could not give the same sort of honors to the BSA. (Web site)

Law

  1. 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.

Headquarters

  1. This building was completed in 1899 and was used as headquarters for the US Postal Service and the District of Columbia mail depot.
  2. On November 28, 1805 this relay station of the Austrian postal service served as the headquarters of Marshall Murat.

World

  1. The Philatelic Museum takes you through the history of the postal service in Thailand and the world.

Shipping

  1. 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. (Web site)

Postal Authorities

  1. The U.S. Postal Service, like postal authorities around the world, regulates the mail industry closely to ensure the prevention of counterfeit postage. (Web site)

Internet

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. The U.S. Postal Service is battling to keep its place in electronic America by going on the Internet. (Web site)

Email

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. The Postal Service also receives competition from email.

Way

  1. The Postal Service has decided on a future path that calls for greater business model flexibility and changes to the way it does business. (Web site)

Topic

  1. The role of the Postal Service as a government-approved monopoly continues to be a topic of debate. (Web site)

Attempting

  1. The suit accused postal officials of attempting to violate the confidentiality of customers lists it is required to give the Postal Service.

Company

  1. 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. (Web site)

Revenue

  1. The revenue from the postal service went to the Government. (Web site)
  2. Successive Governments had used the profits from the postal service as revenue. (Web site)

Transport

  1. A postal service may sometimes opt to transport some regular mail by air, perhaps because other transportation is unavailable. (Web site)

Vehicles

  1. Although the Postal Service provides vehicles to city carriers, most rural carriers must use their own automobiles. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Society > Politics > Government > Mail
  2. Recreation > Hobbies > Collecting > Stamps
  3. Postage
  4. Matter > Materials > Paper > Envelopes
  5. Materials > Paper > Envelopes > Postal Stationery

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