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POSTMAN, Eng. law. A barrister in the court of exchequer, who has precedence in: motions.

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He took the letter from the postman, and went back into the dining-room.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Mar 16 (ANI): Postman, the only complete API Development Environment, today announced the release of Postman Enterprise, a plan designed specifically to address the additional security and support needs of enterprise customers.
A postman from the Hualien branch travels about 250 kilometers to Hehuanshan for delivering parcels and mail twice a week regardless of mild or vile weather conditions, reported Central News Agency.
This causes a great deal of inconvenience to the postmen for the performance of their duty', a postman working with a post office in Karachi said Thursday.
BBC journalist Jonathan Gibson posed as a postman interested in working for the gang for a probe broadcast on Monday.
Residents in Meltham say they feel they are being punished by Royal Mail - as a ban on deliveries in three streets in the village continues in the wake of a horrific dog attack on a postman.
Postman demanded: Residents of Talash in Lower Dir here Sunday demanded of the high ups of Pakistan post office to fill the vacant post of postman at Talash post office.
Baquba / National Iraqi News Agency / nina / A security official in Diyala announced that the Daash organization killed the former postman of al-Qaeda leader Zarqawi, northeast of Baquba.
The Last Post NOT long ago, come rain or shine The postman would call at breakfast time I would dash downstairs hoping to see If someone has written a letter to me Every day I would smile and he smile back Despite walking around with a heavy sack We don't see letters any more Just leaflets pushed through the door No more does the postman look back When he's pulling leaflets from his sack No longer do we have pride in the Royal Mail Since it was put up for sale The postman may smile as he passes by He's in a rush so he just shouts Hi
IN the current days of concern about security, with the necessity to have passwords and the ability to recall the method of access to the items at risk, I wonder what the postman thought, in the incident my friend John Barker related to me.
Postal Services department provides 2 litre petrol daily to every postman and like wise delivery agents deployed on the duty of delivering UMS are also entitled to 2 litre petrol daily, 60 litters petrol per month and 720 litter petrol per year.
Published in 1985, Neil Postman's Amusing Ourselves to Death: Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business is at the heart of this book, although Strate does bring in ideas from some others of the approximately 25 books authored by Postman (d.