Definition of Mailgrams
1. mailgram [n] - See also: mailgram
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mailgrams
Literary usage of Mailgrams
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Women Business Owners: Selling to the Federal Government (1993)
"Note: The term "telegram" includes mailgrams. Note: The alternate late proposals, modifications of proposals and withdrawals of proposals provision ..."
2. Network Security by David J. Stang (1991)
"... 3 use of the full OSI protocol stack; J support for autonomous mailgrams. The 1992 version of X.400 will add EDI standards, specifications for character ..."
3. Code of Federal Regulations: Title 21: Food and Drugs by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Staff (2005)
"A recall communication can be accomplished by telegrams, mailgrams, or first class letters conspicuously marked, preferably in bold red type, on the letter ..."
4. Postage Meters: Risk of Significant Financial Loss But Controls Are Being by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"... Fiscal Year 1993 Appendix I Background Stamped 1.9% Government Permit Metered Note: Excludes second class, mailgrams, express, and international mail. ..."
5. Drugs of Abuse (1996) edited by Carol Gibson (1996)
"To accomplish this, mailgrams ordered 20000 reservists to report to designated reception centers by 1 February. As the date approached, no one was certain ..."