Foot post

A letter carrier who travels on foot.
- Dryden.
A mail delivery by means of such carriers.

See also: Foot, Foot

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Cowell's originally started when the family began selling plants and fertilizer in a Kenton Bank Foot post office.
One tenon will slide 2 inches into the head post, one will slide 2 inches into the foot post, leaving 80 inches of exposed side rail.
level Right Forefoot Pre op-Right Forefoot Post op 0.484 Left Forefoot Pre op-Left Forefoot Post op 0.575 Right Hind foot Pre op-Right Hind foot Post op 0.779 Left Hind foot Pre op-Left Hind foot Post op 0.674 Table 3a.
The PRECISION BLACK is very thin and because it doesn't have an extrinsic rear foot post, fits neatly into most shoes and helps to provide a more tailor made shoe fit.
The 5700 square foot Post Office operates with three Logistics Specialists (LS) & 15 contracted Pacific Architects and Engineers (PAE) civilians.
AT its time, this seven foot post with a flashing light on top was the height of technology and the pride of Birmingham's early police force.
A Cheshire Fire Service spokesman said: "We were called to reports that a 14-year-old lad had been speared by a five-and-a-half foot post which it is thought was being used a goalpost.
A Cheshire fire service spokesman said: "We were called to reports that a 14 year-old lad had been speared by a five-and-a-half foot post which it is thought was being used a goalpost.
The building is a 6,000 square foot post and beam structure (using recycled timbers from grain elevators that were recently torn down) with straw bale insulation creating R40 walls.