window envelope


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window envelope

n.
An envelope with a transparent panel that reveals the address on the enclosure.

window envelope

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a type of envelope, esp for business use, having a transparent area that reveals the address within
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Noun1.window envelope - an envelope with a transparent panel that reveals the address on the enclosurewindow envelope - an envelope with a transparent panel that reveals the address on the enclosure
envelope - a flat (usually rectangular) container for a letter, thin package, etc.
window - a transparent panel (as of an envelope) inserted in an otherwise opaque material
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THIS MORTGAGE REFINANCE LETTER from Third Federal S&L (assets: $11 billion), Cleveland, arrived in a #10 window envelope and has a challenging time trying to explain its Smart Rate Adjustable Mortgage program.
On top of 44-cent first-class mail postage, a town usually pays 4 cents for paper, 3 cents for a window envelope, 3 cents for return envelope, 2 cents for printer toner and 4 cents for labor, which makes a single bill cost about 61 cents, said Mr.
I keep being told that I could be fined pounds 2,500 for chucking a window envelope on the fire, under some European Union directive about the disposal of plastics.
Among them are the disposable diaper, Barbie doll, bubble gum, remote control, cartoon, window envelope, stapler, air bag, and car wash.
1902: The patent for the window envelope was granted to H F Callahan.
The pillows are packaged with a special window envelope to mail and are even marked with the required postage to save a trip to the post office.
Do not put the window envelope in the collection and also because of the colour and the dye, brown envelopes are not wanted either.
Do you get into a financial fluster every time a window envelope lands on your doormat?
THIS APPEALING LETTER FROM WEBSTER BANK ($20 billion, Connecticut) arrived in a #10 window envelope and does an excellent job of presenting the benefits of its Premier Checking account.
Perry says the best response rates came from a "serious" letter and brochure mailed in a standard window envelope.
The document is then printed on perforated IRD paper, folded, inserted into a window envelope and mailed.