- n. Plural form of postcard.
“Even at a reduced bulk rate, the cost of printing and mailing the just advance letters and follow-up reminder postcards is about $85 million, according to the bureau, a cost separate from the $338 million communications budget.”
“Your response to the mention of electronic postcards is similar to mine when I receive paper postcards.”
“Others depict the formative era of Wall Street and early "I Love New York" postcards from the 1970s.”
“This postcards is one of a series of vintage risqué images, republished by PinUpCards. com — which seems to have gone extinct.”
“Then Dieter said: "Now we are going to frame the rest of the cake under glass because it is the most beautiful cake I've ever seen, and we're going to make postcards from the cardboard with these fine splatters.”
“Listed below are links to weblogs that reference postcards from the future:”
“I'm loving all the ways people are using zippers in postcards!”
“Katherine bought postcards from the museum store, wrote notes on the back of them, and gave them to me:”
“But this generation may have something else in common with boomers: they are so busy documenting their experiences, and being documented, that they may end up with postcards from a trip they have no memory of taking.”
“They selected a large range of postcards from a children's drawing contest in patriotic themes, some simply saying "Thank you" and others talking about fighting for freedom”
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