from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- That may not be mailed: applied to matter which, by law, regulation, or treaty stipulation, is excluded from the mails, or which, by reason of illegible, incorrect, or insufficient address, cannot be forwarded to its destination.
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Companies that mailed at least 500,000 first-class letters, cards or large envelopes between Oct. US Postal Service proposes changes rule to declare cockfighting advertising 'unmailable'
US Postal Service proposes changes rule to declare cockfighting advertising 'unmailable'
Either way, the letter, entitled "Special Instructions To Players", also features a fine touch of period detail – a note at the end proclaiming that because of the "revolting terms" included, it was literally "unmailable" and had to be delivered by hand.
House of Representatives a bill making periodicals containing details of suicides unmailable; but I think it was never reported from committee.
It was becoming more and more the fashion to arrest Socialists and to suppress their papers; the government authorities in many places declared the "majority report" unmailable, and indicted state and national secretaries for having sent it out in the ordinary routine of their business.
It is, in fact, conservative, If an exact portraiture of him were given, the ICONOCLAST would be unmailable.
Luther, who told tales and used expressions that would render their writings unmailable to-day.