3788 examples of mailing in sentences
It's only a question of resealing the envelope and mailing it.
Our mailing list is in hopeless shape.
"Now, the mailing list.
She does a lot of the mailing list work.
" She showed him a box of file cardsthe mailing list.
It would be nice to be able to print mailing labels, and we need to keep track of who has contributed.
When he got home, he put it in his pocket and rubbed his thumb over the O, the plus sign, and the F. By Saturday, he had programmed a prototype design for the mailing list.
She objected to his mailing list screens.
He put the experience in the back of his mind and resumed working on the box and the mailing list program.
Oliver worked on the mailing list all week.
"We'll put you on the mailing list.
"Och, I see, that's the mailing o' the bag, thin.
He is founder of the Goajourno, India-EJ and ThirdWorld-EJ mailing lists, that seek to build collaborative networks among journalists.
The cruise continued for some weeks without entering any port, but about the 20th of March, 1843, the Grampus appeared off the bar of Charleston, S. C., and sent in a letter-bag for mailing.
"I'll spoil it for mailing," she said.
I had handed him for mailing certain letters, unsealed.
The mailing of it was not so easy.
I knew that the only sure way of getting my thoughts before the Governor was to do my own mailing.
" I next pointed out the difficulties a patient must overcome in mailing letters: "It is impossible for any one to send a letter to you via the office.
" I then described my stratagem in mailing my letter to the Governor.
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The third step in receiving a subscription is to write the name in the proper place on the subscription lists that go to the mailing company every Tuesday night.
After an entry has been made in the mailing books, the subscription order, before it is filed, goes to the subscription cards.
Somehow, it so happened that Julia, on the third day after mailing hers to Bart, was at the Post-office every day, on the arrival of the Northern mail, with the air of an unconcerned young woman who did not expect anything.
These we mail to you for 5 cents per hundred which partly pays the cost of mailing.