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snail-mail

n. post office mail; regular mail as opposed to electronic mail. (Refers to the slowness of regular mail in comparison to electronic mail or faxes.) There are lots of color pictures in the article, so I will send you the original by snail-mail.
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Happily, punctual picture sharing is no longer limited to low-resolution e-mail images and, for those craving "real pictures," the Compact Photo Printer SELPHY CP600 makes trips to the "one hour" photo store no longer necessary (along with those Internet ordered but snail-mail delivered prints from online websites).
Although the country's snail-mail system is inching toward obsolescence, this is still an abuse of the thousands of people who rely on monthly checks to pay their bills.
For those who do not have e-mail access, the company is also including in the selection process all those who register, or who have previously registered, for its Eagle Fax Alerts, as well as those who register, or have previously registered, for Eagle Snail-Mail Alerts, also by Friday, June 27, 2003.
CHANNEL ISLANDS - As the century's first California State University eyes its 2002 opening, the snail-mail version of faculty recruiting has been replaced by a complex, cost-efficient Internet system that is collecting applications from around the world.
With Gorilla Time, WorkExchange visitors can rapidly generate quality invoices and a variety of detailed reports, sending them directly to their clients via automated e-mail, fax or snail-mail.
With the simple and intuitive Gorilla Time application, professionals can rapidly generate quality invoices and send them directly to their clients via automated e-mail, fax or snail-mail.