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mail order

n.
An order for goods to be shipped through the mail.

mail′-or′der adj.
Translations

mail-order

[ˈmeɪlˌɔːdəʳ] CPD mail-order catalogue, mail-order catalog (US) Ncatálogo m de venta por correo
mail-order firm, mail-order house Nempresa f de venta por correo
see also mail

mail-order

[ˈmeɪlˌɔːdəʳ] adj mail-order firm or houseditta di vendita per corrispondenza
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WASHINGTON -- The Tricare mail-order pharmacy program was found to be "more efficient and effective than retail programs," according to a recent Department of Defense (DoD) audit.
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On Saturday, the company will start receiving orders for these products from its mail-order and online customers.
The company has established a firm relationship with members of consumer co-ops in its co-op business and the services give the company a competitive advantage over its rivals, although its business is smaller than major mail-order companies in size.
Five factors are measured for the mail-order segment: ordering convenience, delivery convenience, medication availability and information, cost competitiveness, and customer service representative.
Tokyo, Japan, Apr 27, 2006 - (JCN) - Online Market researcher Info Plant has annoucned the results of a survey on cosmetics purchases via mail-order.
His graduate thesis was a proposal for mail-order marketing of condoms--a revolutionary idea that essentially served as a business proposal for PHE, Inc.
The idea of mail-order brides has been around for a while, since early settlers would write back to their homelands for a bride.
gov), a 1975 measure that governs how mail-order sales are conducted.
It began as a mail-order house in 1872, when the United States was a rural country, with very high costs of delivering goods to a widely scattered population.
Mail-order pharmacy has generally been viewed with a good deal of suspicion by traditional pharmacy.