mail (something) from (some place)

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mail (something) from (some place)

To send a letter or package through the postal system from some country, city, or particular building. I had to complete the form on the plane and mail it from San Francisco, so it may take a few days longer to reach you than I thought. I'll mail the box from work so I don't have to pay the exorbitant shipping costs myself.
See also: mail
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In one early case, inspectors intercepted a suspicious package mailed from Los Angeles, California, to an Omaha address.
The Court next considered the nexus question in a sales (or use) tax case in 1988, this time involving a Louisiana use tax imposed on catalogs mailed from an out-of-state location (D.H.