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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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Welcomed by many passengers and questioned by some, first-class passengers are however not too happy about it and are wondering whether they, too, should switch over to second class.
Ofcom said the "safeguard cap" on second class letters should be extended to large letters and small parcels up to 2kg to further protect vulnerable consumers and small businesses.
First and second class stamp prices will increase by 14p from next month to record highs of 60p and 50p, the Royal Mail has announced, following a decision by regulator Ofcom to give the company freedom to set its own prices.
The increase in fares for suburban second class passengers traveling 35 km will be Rs.
This change was made last July and may have cost customers pounds 4million, as first class stamps cost 46p and second class are 36p.
A card sent first class from Leeds to Kent arrived 10 days later - seven days after one posted second class.
Last April, first-class stamps rose by 2p to the current 36p and second class by 3p to the present 27p.
An S corporation can have only one class of stock; if a second class of stock exists, a corporation's S election will terminate.
Today's price rise will also see first class franking prices go up to 31p, second class stamps up to 23p, and a second class franking price will be introduced at 22p.
Second class stamps will increase by 1p to 22p as part of long-awaited proposals to work out the future financing of Royal Mail as it deals with increased competition.
An S corporation debt obligation that in substance resembles equity is at risk of being reclassified as equity by the IRS, potentially creating a second class of stock and inadvertently terminating the S election.
The two, partners in life as well as in art, sketched in their own imaginative terrain with the films Second Class Mail, George and Rosemary and Bob's Birthday.