Sea-mail

Sea´-mail`


n.1.(Zool.) A gull; the mew.
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It cost PS40 to send by sea-mail but I reckoned the burden on my purse was worth the weight off my shoulders.
Similarly, both the intercontinental sea-mail letter denouncing Clubin to his employer Lethierry, and the fortuitous discovery of Clubin's wallet among his bones in an underwater cave, reveal his theft.
The 48-year-old from Lossiemouth, Moray, has sent out more than 30 sea-mail notes in the past decade.
titles there is a delay as our hard copies are delivered by sea-mail, but all titles are added within a few days of being received and 20-plus titles are updated weekly.