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3788 examples of mailing in sentences

It's only a question of resealing the envelope and mailing it.

" The blurring tears made Polly's eyes so dim here, she could scarcely see; but through the dimness she sent one last good-by look at the dear paint-box, and then resolutely turned to the valentines, from which she selected the biggest and "bewt'f'lest" she could find, the lady crowning her kindness by stamping and directing it, and finally mailing it in the letterbox just outside the shop door.

A century or two ago the Highlands of Scotland were peopled by a race in a state of perpetual conflict with civilization, averse to labor, gaining (except such of them as were enrolled in the English Army) a precarious support by plunder, black-mailing, smuggling, and other illegal pursuits.

A man in St. Paul offers by letter a certain piece of property at a certain price to a man in Chicago; an hour after mailing the letter he changes his mind; how can he prevent a contract? 5.

For extra services, such as mailing letters from distant points, of course there will be extra charges.

They were used to mailing to General Delivery wherever he was living; he hadn't given them Gert's address.

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.

Before he left the building the letter had been posted to his mother through the pneumatic mailing tube that opened in Mr. Denton's office.

"Och, I see, that's the mailing o' the bag, thin.

So I signed on to serve King George an' his missus an' kids for ever an' ever, or duration of war, Amen, with a mental footnote, which last was the only part I mentioned in mailing my dad, that I was a Benevolent Neutral.

At the private reception the night before Miss CARNEGIE'S wedding, "the ironmaster," so we read in our Daily Mail, "entertained his guests with numerous reminiscences of his life, and it was observed that he interrupted a story concerning King EDWARD and Skibo to whisper something in his daughter's ear concerning her dowry.

The victor carried the mail and helmet of Duth-Carmor to Cathlin, and Cathlin said, "Take the mail and place it high in Selma's hall, that you may remember the helpless in a distant land.

The victor carried the mail and helmet of Duth-Carmor to Cathlin, and Cathlin said, "Take the mail and place it high in Selma's hall, that you may remember the helpless in a distant land.

Troth it goodly was and pleasant To behold him at their head, All in mail on Babieca, And to list the words he said.

It had been dropped in the Wampsocket post-office, was legibly addressed to me, and delivered with some other letters which had arrived by the night mail.

You with your conventional hat and English walking-coat, I with my spectacles and Irish brogue, have had ancestors that wore coats of mail in the first crusade, or twanged cross-bows with Robin Hood, sailed in the ships of Tarshish, and traded to Tyre and Sidon.

It was a womanish, spiteful thing to do, and he regretted it, but later when he greeted the husband he lied circumstantially and declared he had given the missive into the hands of the mail-carrier on the very hour of his departure.

He fell and wrenched his ankle and came hobbling into Candle half an hour after the monthly mail for Nome had left.

All three letters joined company in Candle Creek; for meanwhile the mail-man's lead dog had been killed in a fight with a big malamute at Lane's Landing, causing its owner to miss a trip.

Now dog-fights are common; by no logic could one attribute weighty results to the loss of a sixty-pound leader, but in this instance it so happened that the mail-carrier's schedule suffered so that his contract was canceled.

It is never difficult to forward mail in the north, for every "musher" is a postman.

Excited to recklessness by this wager the volunteer mail-men cut down their load.

There's just one thing that road prizes above all elseit's St. Louis-Kansas City mail contracts.

The mail marathon agreement reads that no postponement can be made on account of physical or mechanical obstacles.

You can't win mail contracts with that.

Noon of the third day came, and the Ozark Central became the detour route of every cross-Missouri mail train.

The mail test!

He was to make the effort; but if he failed that mail contract came automatically to the one road free to make the test, the Ozark Central!

The mail contract might be won a thousand times over, but there ever would rest the stigma that he had received a telegram which should have been plain to him, and that he had failed to carry out its hidden orders.

Slowly Martin addressed the envelope, and as the big bore came to a stop, evaded the thronging crowds and sought the railroad mail box.

What do I care about mail contracts nowwith the best two lines in Missouri under my supervision?

He is founder of the Goajourno, India-EJ and ThirdWorld-EJ mailing lists, that seek to build collaborative networks among journalists.

One doesn't have to go too far only till the Goajourno Mailing List (http://indialists.org/mailman/listinfo/goajourno) to figure out how far the hack pack from Goa go.

We all six dressed and armed ourselves at the house of Saint-Luc, and as we had armour and liveries ready for every occasion, my party wore silver-mail, with plumes of red and white, as were our silk stockings; while M. de Guise and his troop, on account of the imprisonment of Madame de Verneuil, of whom he was secretly the lover, were dressed and armed in black and gold.

To pass the time till the mail arrived we climbed to the chapel of Fourviรจres, whose walls are covered with votive offerings to a miraculous picture of the Virgin.

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"My boss was sick once, and he wanted to get his mail.

He said to me: "'Can't you get my mail if I let you ride on my horse?' "I said, 'Yes sir.'

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He received his mail at New Salem when Abraham Lincoln was the postmaster at that place.

In a letter to her husband, dated "Somewhere on the road, five o'clock P.M.," she wrote: "M. is laughing at me because, Paddy-like, I proposed informing you in a P. S. that we had reached Dorset; as if the fact of mailing a letter there could not prove it.

We make great account of our afternoon mail.

The following note to Mrs. Ellen S. Fisher, of Brooklyn, dated July 2d, will show how her lessons were taken: Will you kindly inform me as to your method of teaching your system of water-colors by mail, and as to terms.

I have your apple-blossoms ready to mail with this.

I will mail my copy to you.

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.

"A man sheltering, feeding, clothing, educating, and mailing comfortable and happy, hundreds of poor orphan children, with no funds of his own, and no possible means of sustenance, save that which God sent him in answer to prayer.

Armed with his sword and dagger, and protected by his coat of mail, he was ready to stand against the world and fight his way towards any object he desired.

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"Three weeks ago I sent out letters by the mail steamer, to be delivered to the English or American commanders, wherever they might be found.

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And foremost she, renowned for many a tale Of faithful love perplexed, and of that good Old man, who, as CAMILLA'S guardian, stood In obstinate virtue clad like coat of mail.

Throughout this vast line of road, the only white inhabitants are the garrisons of the military posts, the keepers of mail-stations, and voyageurs and mountaineers, whose cabins may be found in every locality favorable to Indian trade.

The news of the stoppage of the mail reached Salt Lake Valley July 24th, an eventful anniversary in the history of Mormonism.

During the afternoon of the 24th, while they were engaged in music, dancing, and every manner of lively sport, two dusty messengers rode up the caรฑon, bringing from the States the news of the stoppage of the mail and of the approaching march of the troops.

Of course the train passed my station, and at the next I was thrown out like a mail-bag, to be trodden on by massed formations of travellers fighting to enter and leave the car by the same door at the same time.

Would she not send the first payment of five dollars by return mail so that his enjoyment might begin as soon as possible?

I had agreed to give them passage on the Sylph, since the next sailing of the mail-boat would have necessitated a further fortnight's delay.

"I'll spoil it for mailing," she said.

He sent her the papers and letters by registered mail under an assumed name.

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Not that she had any passengers or freight for Brandon perhaps, or Brandon for her, but because all these river estates are postoffices and the Pocahontas carries the river mail.

After a considerable time (for even the United States mail moves slowly through the sleepy old garden), a coloured boy brought in a bag with most promising knobs and bulges all over it.

But the family mail is brought into the great dining-room and there, in the good plantation way, it is opened on the old mahogany.

The mail that morning made a very good directory of the present-day family at Brandon.

Our visit over, we gathered up quite a promising lot of mail and started homeward with the Commodore looking like a peripatetic branch of the rural free delivery.

(Pub. abroad in London daily mail, Sept. 14-Oct. 6, 1938)

The Callaghan mail, 1821-1859.

Dear Mister President: the story of fifty years in the White House mail room.

United States album for ordinary postage and air mail stamps.

Please inform me by return of mail.

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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.

The day after mailing my letter, I learned it was being read at General Sherman's head-quarters.

In this service all readers are invited to join by mailing to the Journal clippings, news, articles, items, poems, pictures, jokes, examples of discriminations against women, examples of women's achievements, and ideas of all kinds.

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.

If the bosses of many State machines were consulted in private, they would agree that the only really legitimate expenditures are the hiring of halls, and the mailing of at most one printed circular to every voter in the district.

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.

*** We congratulate The Daily Mail on finding a peculiarly appropriate topic for discussion at Christmas time.

" "Well," said Swan, drawing a deep breath, "all I have to observe is, that wives were made afore coats of mail, though coats of female would be more to the purpose here" (he meant coats of arms), "and," continued the gardener, with that chivalrous feeling which lies at the very core of gentlemanhood, "I'm not going to disparage my son, my Joey, that would be to disparage her chice.

โ€œI suppose I might file a supply of postal cards in the village and arrange for the mailing of one every month.โ€

The story as related by Mr. Lang in one of his books is as follows: "Mary, the wife of John Goffe of Rochester, being afflicted with a long illness, removed to her father's house at West Mailing, about nine miles from her own.