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USPS

(1) (Uninterruptible Switching Power Supply) A power supply for a computer that contains its own battery and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) circuitry. See power supply and UPS.

(2) (United States Post Office) In other words, "snail mail."
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That lawsuit was brought by former U.S. Postal Service team member Floyd Landis who helped expose the doping program that included using performance-enhancing drugs and blood doping.
The U.S. Postal Service has offered a $25,000 reward for information on Coles' whereabouts and is assisting in the investigation.
Today, with its mailing technology proven effective by nearly 2,000 publications, Interlink is entrusted with the delivery of more than 10 million subscriber copies through the U.S. Postal Service every month.
"The American public trusts that U.S. Postal Service employees will obey the law.
A self-supporting government enterprise, the U.S. Postal Service is the only delivery service that reaches every address in the nation: 152 million residences, businesses and Post Office Boxes[TM].
"The U.S. Postal Service benefited tremendously from its sponsorship of the cycling team," he said.
Congress is killing the U.S. Postal Service. Allow the Postal Service access to its own funds - not tax funds, but postage funds - from the pension surplus, and the finances can be fixed.
In other U.S. Postal Service news, the quasi-governmental agency said late Friday that it would offer buyouts to 45,000 employees who work at mail sorting centers.
"Not only did the U.S. Postal Service achieve a fair price for Peck Slip Station but the sale will result in a much needed new school in Lower Manhattan, New York's fastest-growing community."
The ceremony included remarks from William Gnodtake, chairman of the Mackinac Bridge Authority; Kirk Steudle, director of the Michigan Department of Transportation; and Charles Howe, district manager of the U.S. Postal Service Greater Michigan District.
Increased traffic demands from continued deployment of applications are forcing many organizations like the U.S. Postal Service to address growing bandwidth demands while enhancing network performance.
TNB is working with the credit union to identify the most effective strategies to enable U.S. Postal Service FCU to gain a competitive advantage, one that will result in new cardholders, greater usage, and increased value to the cardholders.

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