mail (something) to (one)

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mail (something) to (one)

To send a letter or package through the postal system to one. I've got to mail this check to the phone company before they shut off my phone lines! I'll have to leave some things here when I move—will you be able to mail them to me later?
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mail something to someone

to send something to someone by mail. I mailed the check to you yesterday. I mailed a gift to my niece.
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Currently, all states use voting by mail to some degree, most commonly in the form of absentee ballots mailed to registered voters who cannot, or choose not to, vote in person on Election Day.
Now that doesn't mean credit card offers will be stopped immediately because some of them may already have been mailed to you before your name was removed from the list.
On the other hand, we may assume these lists brought him new names that may not have been on other lists Paris Notes has mailed to.
It's recommended that list owners use temporary decoys each time their list is rented to determine who's mailing the list, when the list is mailed, what offers are being mailed to the list, if they are being compensated for all list rentals and if any unauthorized mailings are being sent to the list.
According to section 6212(b)(1), a deficiency notice is sufficient if it is mailed to a taxpayer's last known-address.
In general, the prevalent judicial view is that a deficiency notice mailed to the taxpayer's last known address is valid from the date of its mailing, whether or not the taxpayer actually receives it (King v.
During the search, officers remain alert for additional drugs, drug records, money, long distance telephone bills, scales, baggies, and other labels of packages previously mailed to the address, as listed on the warrant.
Highlights of the program include two separate seizures of 3-pound quantities of crack cocaine valued at approximately $250,000 each that had been mailed to Omaha from sources in Los Angeles.
In our research, we found that the typical publication was published on a monthly basis, had an average circulation of 3,000 copies, cost 40 cents per copy and was mailed to employees' homes.
Illinois sought to require National Bellas Hess, a Missouri mail order firm whose Illinois activity was limited to soliciting sales through catalogs mailed to residents and shipping its merchandise to Illinois via the U.S.
The theme: "You get nutritional extras with no strings attached." It was mailed to both groups and included a business-reply card (identical to that of the first mailing).