by return post

by return post

Through mail correspondence back to the sender. Please indicate your interest in this offer by return post.
See also: by, post, return
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I wrote to Bill and asked him if he would consider me for the role of Mrs J, he sent me a letter back by return post, and less than three weeks later I was waiting on the stage at the Phoenix Theatre (West End) to start rehearsals and I cannot tell you what it did to me.
The promotion continues today, although Carolyn said that, to avoid damage, the tea packets now contain certificates as proof of purchase that can be exchanged for Whimsies by return post.
By return post a letter came to say that they could not pay for her to go to Bangladesh but they desperately needed her skills too.
The voting papers will have a unique set of security codes enabling online voting should the voter wish to vote via the internet, rather than by return post.
Had McClaren sent me one, I'd have sent him back a few of my own DV Ds by return post.
The Postman did indeed ring twice a day; letters would frequently arrive with the request that a response be sent by return post.
Almost by return post Robert got a letter from the Queen Mum's staff, suggesting he and his Dad should visit Sandringham in January to have a belated presentation of the medal.
Simply send your contact details - name, address, telephone number and email address if you have one - to: Away We Go Competition, c/o Darren Kent, General Manager, Empire Cinemas, Great Park, Rubery (off Bristol Road South), Birmingham B45 9JL The senders of the first 35 entries drawn out of the bag on Wednesday, September 9 will be invited to bring a friend to our free screening by return post.
While normal dealers demand the cash up front, Dublin's new dealers get payment by return post.
The amused hotel manager replied by return post - and stuck a picture of the canal in the envelope.
And she was amazed to get the red Armani trousers by return post.
I wrote to him at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre a few years ago to congratulate him on his portrayal of King Lear and was thrilled to receive, almost by return post, a photograph with a handwritten message.
Imagine making a job application and not only being turned down by return post, but also receiving a libel writ from the employers for having the bare-faced cheek to associate your name with them.