They were the decaying skeletons of departed mails, and in that lonely place, at that time of night, they looked chill and dismal.
My uncle peeped out of the coach window as they emerged from the yard, and observed that the other mails, with coachmen, guards, horses, and passengers, complete, were driving round and round in circles, at a slow trot of about five miles an hour.
On that day, May 4, first-class mail
was delayed six days and periodicals were delayed as much as 10 days as postal officials consistently and significantly underestimated the amount of mail
requiring processing, the report shows.
We conducted interviews to investigate contaminated mail
as an anthrax transmission vehicle at the workplace and to estimate incubation periods among anthrax patients.
For some publishers, it's not a question of getting their prospects and subscribers to open their mail
--it's one of even getting the mail
delivered to them.
In large red type stamped sideways across the envelope -- careful to not interfere with the post office's "no mail
zone" -- were the words "Homicide Report, evidence enclosed.
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You may have heard about Chicago's mail
problems once they became a nationally publicized headache for the post office.
wasn't the most serious crisis in the world, but it was a sign of our consumer culture run amok, a vast paper slick hitting almost every mail
slot in the land.
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