Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of presort.
  • adj. that has been sorted by postcode prior to transfer to the postal delivery system

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In Miller's press release, spokesman Randy DeSoto said: Our campaign has sworn affidavits identifying unsecured ballot boxes, other precincts where numerous ballots appear to be in the same handwriting, others where there is 100 percent voter turnout and still other precincts where the ballots were sent to the Division of Elections presorted by U.S. Senate candidate.

    Brad Friedman: Why Joe Miller Should Call for a Transparent 'Hand Count' of All Ballots Cast in Alaska

  • In Miller's press release, spokesman Randy DeSoto said: Our campaign has sworn affidavits identifying unsecured ballot boxes, other precincts where numerous ballots appear to be in the same handwriting, others where there is 100 percent voter turnout and still other precincts where the ballots were sent to the Division of Elections presorted by U.S.

    Brad Friedman: Why Joe Miller Should Call for a Transparent 'Hand Count' of All Ballots Cast in Alaska

  • SKI RESORTS: The male-female odds are in your favor at all ski resorts, and you get the added benefit of having the singles and couples presorted for you in the lift lines.

    Become Your Own Matchmaker

  • The first wave of ballots that arrive by mail or are dropped off at polling places are presorted and batched at an outside vendor, PSI.

    Sound Politics: Mail Ballot Lifecycle

  • By November 23, 2008, the USPS will require all presorted Standard mail (including Non-Profit) to have addresses updated and verified against the National Change of Address (NCOA) database within 95 days of the mail date.

    Don’t Lose Your Postal Discounts

  • Meanwhile, this “presorted” blog, which covers a variegated array of topics, leaves comments open to everyone in order to facilitate discussion and it continues to maintain the position, without waffling, that literary coverage in all forms must be championed and preserved.

    John Freeman: Steal From the Blogs; Blogs Are “Presorted” : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits

  • A truck came through with presorted mail, and letter carriers collected the mail and went out on their routes, not exactly on the same schedule, not exactly business as usual, but the mail is still going ahead.

    CNN Transcript Oct 20, 2001

  • Rank Order pages are presorted lists of data from selected Factbook data fields.

    The 2004 CIA World Factbook

  • They would pick up their bags in the morning, with the mail presorted by machine, then head out in Canada Post trucks to deliver both letters and parcels, empty the red letter boxes in their district and pick up mail from local postal outlets.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • Postcomm has already, under pressure from Royal Mail, loosened the regulatory reins on the company, allowing it last year to remove retail price controls from all packets and parcels weighing more than 500 grams, and in parts of the presorted bulk mail market.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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