maildrop


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Noun1.maildrop - a drop where mail can be depositedmaildrop - a drop where mail can be deposited  
drop - a central depository where things can be left or picked up
postbox, letter box, mailbox - public box for deposit of mail
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maildrop

[ˈmeɪldrɒp] N (= act) → entrega f de correo; (= address) → dirección f para correo
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It would have allowed them a nationwide Freepost maildrop, but it's difficult to print that many leaflets with pounds 4,000.
com in Dartford at an address - which turned out to be just a maildrop.
Mr Evans said: "He was using an address at Millvale Road, L6, as a maildrop and all mail would be forwarded to him by his landlord.
The leaflets urge people to confront Mr McFadden at his home and the maildrop coincided with him being in Liverpool at the front of an anti-racism rally.
This maildrop gives people in the North East a real chance to make a difference," explained Steve Bell, UK Transplant regional manager.
She is the latest victim of the gang who are targeting elderly people in a maildrop across Scotland from a bogus address in England.
The No campaigners claim the maildrop would be vital to prevent the poll on November 4 from being mired in "misinformation.
Kaelberer at USDA, FSIS, ASD, 5601 Sunnyside Avenue, Maildrop 5230, Beltsville, MD 20705-5230; or by fax at 301-504-4276.
Camelot also suffered severe distribution problems on a Lotto relaunch maildrop of pre-filled play-slips to 18 million homes.
Contact: Sky CAAre, 4255 Amon Carter Boulevard, Maildrop 4100 HDQ, Fort Worth, TX 76155.
The simplest way to promote a dot com business is to send emails, in the same way as an old-fashioned maildrop - a process known as "spamming".