first-class mail


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Noun1.first-class mail - mail that includes letters and postcards and packages sealed against inspectionfirst-class mail - mail that includes letters and postcards and packages sealed against inspection
mail - the bags of letters and packages that are transported by the postal service
correspondence - communication by the exchange of letters
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first-class mail

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Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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The minuscule increases - the price of a first-class stamp is rising a penny to 50 cents next year - haven't been able to offset steep declines in first-class mail volume as communications continue to shift online.
But the cutbacks have threatened the agency's business mainstay, first-class mail, which is in a dismaying state of decline.
(The new price does not apply to First-Class Mail single piece letters or residual single piece letters.)
While the Post Office plans to eliminate overnight delivery of first-class mail, Litton notes that there still will be overnight delivery of local remittance items.
By 2020, USPS projects mail volume will decline to levels not seen since the 1980s: Total mail volume is projected to decrease by 25 percent, First-Class Mail is expected to decrease by 50 percent, and Standard Mail volume is projected to remain flat.
Meanwhile, the on-time delivery of First-Class Mail continued at record levels in the second quarter.
The six poorest performing postcode areas in Britain for delivering first-class mail the next day are north of the Border.
First-Class Mail covers another one-third of the institutional costs of the Postal Service; and some of the highest-margin First-Class mail is high-volume commercial solicitation mail.
A survey shows that 95.7% of first-class mail in the HD postcode area was delivered the next working day during the 12 months to March this year.
It's now 32p for first-class mail and 23p for second-class.
PRESIDENT BUSH HAS BEEN roundly criticized, and rightly so, for his claim to the right to open American's first-class mail without a judge's warrant.