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second class

a. (in Britain) of or relating to mail that is processed more slowly than first-class mail
b. (in the US and Canada) of or relating to mail that consists mainly of newspapers, etc.
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Muniyappa, to install cushioned seats in second-class compartments during the latter's visit to Mumbai in October last year.
Mr Murray said: "This is a worrying snapshot of the current performance of the second-class postal service.
Additionally, under SB 706, second-class counties and second-class cities may establish an installment payment program for property taxes.
Commercial second-class requirements do not apply to second-class nonprofit mailers, but a similar proposal is likely to be included in a nonprofit reclassification filing that is likely to occur next year, said Denton.
In 2004, a first-class stamp cost 28p and a second-class stamp was 21p.
Second-class letters are taking up to 11 days to reach their destination - eight days longer than the Royal Mail's target.
In fact he's starting to treat me like a second-class citizen and says quite hurtful things.
BLUNDERING cops have had to cancel 500 speed camera fines after penalty notices were sent out by second-class post.
THE price of a first-class stamp is to increase by 2p to 36p from next April, while second-class stamps will go up by 3p to 27p, the Royal Mail announced today.
More than nine out of 10 first-class letters arrived a day after being posted, while virtually every second-class letter was delivered on time.
While the first-class service falls to below 70 per cent delivered next day, more than nine out of 10 second-class items are delivered on time in the weeks before Christmas.