United States Postal Service

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Noun1.United States Postal Service - an independent federal agency that provides mail processing and delivery service for individuals and businesses in the United StatesUnited States Postal Service - an independent federal agency that provides mail processing and delivery service for individuals and businesses in the United States
United States Postal Inspection Service, US Postal Inspection Service - the primary law enforcement arm of the United States Postal Service
independent agency - an agency of the United States government that is created by an act of Congress and is independent of the executive departments
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Next up is the U.S. Post Office which they use, at a fraction of real cost, as their 'delivery boy' for a BIG percentage of their packages...
Waldwick Plaza is a 26,500 s/f shopping center, whose tenants include a U.S. Post Office, Supercuts, Verizon, Massage Envy, The Little Gym, and local tenants such as a liquor store, dry cleaner, nail salon, and Italian restaurant.
Sometimes even the U.S. Post Office tries to charge a foreign rate for postage [to New Mexico].
Local Massachusetts newspaper the Daily News Tribune recently reported that the U.S. post office in Waltham, MA has taken delivery of a new 14,000-pound hybrid electric diesel mail truck.
My neighborhood U.S. post office, for instance, is staffed partly by Malayalees from Kerala who speak English with a distinctive central Kerala accent and partly by Chinese tellers who speak English with a Chinese accent.
He cites the polycarbonate centralized delivery mailbox for apartment buildings, the first-ever plastic mailbox made for the U.S. Post Office.
U.S. Post Office Buildings Will Use Block and Strip Flooring.
The U.S. Post Office ignored service complaints for years until FedEx came on the scene.
On April 15, 1993, Frank Lewis deposited at the U.S. Post Office in Auburn, California, a Form 4868, Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File U.S.
They maintained they had mailed the extension request, along with a $5,000 payment, sometime before noon on April 15, 1993, in a specially designated box at a U.S. post office.
Had "ol' Bush," as Clinton took to calling the president, paid less attention to the New Hampshire primary and more to the U.S. Post Office's stamp plebiscite--in which the hot young Elvis resoundingly trounced the fat, aging, Nixon-endorsed Elvis--he might have been more careful.

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