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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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And while Canada Post's reform efforts have been spurred by the prospect of a $1 billion annual loss, the U.
TNB is working with the credit union to identify the most effective strategies to enable U.
Many companies that advertise by mail target prospective customers through computerized lists, said U.
Bankruptcy attorneys, corporate council and shareholder groups can now upload, via a secure server, a master document and mailing list file and then make a selection of print options to have notices printed, stuffed in envelopes, and mailed via the U.
To learn more about postal hours and Click-and-Ship online shipping from home, visit our Web site for a link to the U.
Joan Moore, 72, of Canoga Park said it will be cheaper to send her packages to New York by FedEx than via the U.
The city of Lancaster is at loggerheads with the U.
Each contract provides for two, two-year extensions at the discretion of the U.
The last increase, a penny hike in January 2001, brought similar lines at the post office, but many who waited in line Friday couldn't remember the last time the U.
For now, we are looking forward to expanding our business relationship with the U.

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