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mail call

n.
Distribution of mail to members of a military unit.
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Noun1.mail call - a call of names of those receiving mailmail call - a call of names of those receiving mail
roll call - calling out an official list of names
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Members have written notes of thanks for the mail call on the veterans' return home flight.
Veteran Brad Chrisman, manager of Mills Ace Hardware in Lincoln City, Oregon, says mail call for soldiers who are stationed overseas can be a trying experience.
As part of an agreement reached during the Dubai-based firms June sale of Sydney-based Mail Call Couriers, Australia Post purchased a 4.5 per cent stake in Aramex in August.
Mail call. I scan the magazine and then pass it along, to make sure that all get to experience the privilege of reading S&T.
Aramex's results include a one-off cost of Dh5.64 million related to an acquisition of Australian Mail Call, which was recorded in June.
"Our net profits for the first half and second quarter of the year, excluding the one-off cost of acquiring Mail Call, are Dh165.2 million, and Dh86.5 million respectively reflecting 17 per cent and 20 per cent growth over the same period last year," stated Hussain Hachem, Aramex CEO.
Aramex has announced its acquisition of Mail Call Couriers, a courier service specialising in metro express deliveries in Australia.
| MAIL CALL: Privatisation "will give Royal Mail access to finance"
"I got a mail call come up when we were in the Gazala box.
The text of the patent itself makes no mention of VoIP, so this is strictly traditional PSTN-hosted voice mail call screening.