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Chpt 13 Written Com

Written Communications and Mail Processing

A title conferred by a college, university, or professional school on completion of a program of study academic degree
Having qualities that make one liked and easy to deal with. amiable
Furnishing with notes that are usually critical or explanatory. annotating
Of, relating to, or characteristic of an earlier or more primitive time. archaic
To have filed or collected records or documents. archived
A durable, formal paper used for documents. bond
Placed in a specific division of a system of classification. categorically
Groups of words containing a subject and predicate and functioning as a member of a complex or compound sentence. clauses
Method of payment used when an article or item is delivered and payment is expected before it is released. collect on delivery (COD)
Expressing much in brief form. concise
Assuming an air of superiority condescending
The second and following pages of a letter. continuation pages
Marked by rude or peremptory shortness. curt
To disperse throughout. disseminate
Mail that is sent within the boundaries of the United States and its territories. domestic mail
Directly abutting or immediately adjacent, as set even with an edge of a type page or column; having no indention. flush
A measure around a body or item. girth
The study of the classes of words, their inflections, and their functions and relations in the sentence; a study of what is to be preferred and what avoided in inflection and syntax. grammar
Mail that is sent outside the boundaries of the United States and its territories. international mail
Belonging to the essential nature or constitution of a thing; indwelling, inward. intrinsic
A piece of mail. mailpiece
A sheet of microfilm containing rows of microimages of pages of printed matter. microfiche
A set of pictures, drawings, documents or photographs either bound in book form or loose in a folder. portfolio
A quantity of paper weighing 20 lb or consisting of, variously, 480, 500, or 516 sheets. ream
The receiver of some thing or item. recipient
Sellers of stationery. stationers
A number based on the weight of a ream of paper containing 500 sheets. substance number
Exceeding what is sufficient or necessary. superfluous
A marking in paper resulting from differences in thickness usually produced by the pressure of a projecting design in the mold or on a processing roll and visible when the paper is held up to the light. watermark
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