postperson

postperson

(ˈpəʊstˌpɜːsən)
n
1. a person who collects and delivers post as a profession
2. (Professions) a person who collects and delivers post as a profession
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Notably, though, not one canine confused a passing cyclist with Postperson Pat; indeed, I must compliment the owners because the dogs were all on leads and impeccably well-behaved, especially so given the commotion and animation of the passing parade.
"Critical": Life star, dirt/Is your baby,/More valuable than snow/(shine on Each without my command)./Long books in strong buildings,/Thin summary books in the gorgeous postperson's hands./They are true, crystalize truly/Or separate into the benign bottles of chapters/What is one, or badly named, or before people./This morning something red and powerful/Sent to me, me personally, me/The center of all blue suns,/Is handed over by an untouchable young black woman/ Bad Kafka Critique at the front door/Enigmatic forever or until most people become like him.
Also I asked why the postperson didn't knock on the door and ask for the 6p.
Now, at the moment, if I'm not in, the postperson drops them off at the village post office for collection later - which involved me walking all of 200 yards, on foot, no car involved, no pollution.
Paul waits with some trepidation for the postman (postperson) delivering his increased council tax bill in March.
IN response to recent letters complaining about the late delivery of mail, as a postperson, I can tell you the reasons why.
The poor postman or postlady (I don't like postperson or poster) ends up with a back pain and most of their effort goes to the recycle bin.
Delayering at Royal Mail has involved the removal of management layers in order to achieve a flatter hierarchy: there are now six levels from postperson to chief executive rather than nine.
Daily Poem A RESPONSE to the daily poem "The Royal Mail" of November 21 by a 'responsible and very hard-working postperson':
It is thanks to the dedication of the postpersons of Cardiff North West, that in extreme weather conditions, the majority of customers received most of their Christmas post before December 25.
We may have new buildings, new shopping centres and a nice new arena for the MTV awards, with nice hotels i for the rich and affluent, yet the very customs and culture on which this city was built and which our Liverpool postpersons stood for has been lambasted and undermined by people this city has welcomed into the fold.