Post notes

POST NOTES. A species of bank notes payable at a distant period, and not on demand. 2 Watts & Serg. 468. A kind of bank notes intended to be transmitted at a distance by post. See 24 Maine, R. 36.

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The NASA post notes there are 13 constellations that the Earth can observe in a year, not 12.
The company s initial blog post notes that it is planning to sell its entire assets.
The Post notes that Harrisburg is almost equidistant from the two major league cities.
The goal of Search my Store is to help customers find the items they need more quickly and make shopping at Walmart easier, faster and more accessible," the blog post notes.
As the Washington Post notes, the Jewish state doesn't need to bankroll an advocacy effort from abroad because it has domestic supporters who do the job.
A post on the Digg blog stated: "Once you connect your Google Account, you'll find all of your feeds and folders set up and ready to go," the blog post notes.
The network makes collaboration between students simple allowing them to share educational content, post notes from class and ask about assignments while saving and organising the notes that are shared.
Elliptic Labs has developed ultrasound technology that allows users to control computers without touching their screens and is applying it to Windows 8 computers, this blog post notes.
You can also post notes to friends asking for help in your job hunt.
Although the Gates money is substantial, the Post notes that overall government spending on K-12 education--more than $500 billion a year--still dwarfs the foundation giving.
West Virginia's rifle team is the only Mountaineers squad to have won an NCAA championship-14, in fact," the Washington Post notes.
The surge in food prices has had a much bigger impact on developing countries than in developed ones like the United States because food accounts for a much larger percentage of overall consumption, an article in the Washington Post notes.