Bob Larson was raised in McCook, Nebraska, a postage-stamp town of around 7,000 people and 23 churches.
On the upper right hand corner of your envelope, put your postage-stamp.
The fort of Malmaison was a minute square, not as large as a postage-stamp.
It enlarges rapidly from a postage-stamp to a playing-card; to a punt and last a pontoon.
He did not send it direct, because he could only, at the moment, get one postage-stamp.
When the waiter answered the bell I asked for a glass of milk and a postage-stamp.
Hester would never except so much as a postage-stamp from him if he brought disgrace on her family, and drove away her suitor!
But when it came to the postage-stamp, then he told himself very quickly that the envelope had been fraudulently handled.
It was very little thicker than a postage-stamp; certainly not thicker than a piece of writing-paper.
Though I have used his postage-stamp I shall not be false to him.