In the Treasury and post office Departments colored clerks have been herded to themselves as though they were not human beings.
He would also save them an arduous trip to the post office by signing their names and making the delivery himself.
In December of 2007, a nine-month pregnant Moceanu picked up a package from the post office.
But the post office as we know it is in peril, bleeding $5 billion a year in losses.
We just had another of those anthrax scares at the post office in Washington lately.
And I shall want you to send a telegram to the post office.'
Springfield had a church, and a school, and a post office, and a tavern.
In 1885 all savings banks at Treasuries were closed and the business was transferred entirely to the post office.
I inquired about you, was given your address at the post office, and hunted you up.
I asked, remembering with a start I had left my gold-nobbed stick in the corner by the post office.
1650s, "public department in charge of letter-carrying," from post (n.3) + office. Meaning "building where postal business is carried on" is from 1650s. In slang or euphemistic sense of "a sexual game" it refers to an actual parlor game first attested early 1850s in which pretend "letters" were paid for by kisses.