Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Its use continues a practice that has been common this year: false franking.
The slogan was used on postal franking from the affected authorities.
Since then, the franking of congressional mail has been subject to ongoing review and regulation.
The Senate's campaign finance reform bill, now moving to conference committee, includes tighter franking limits for both chambers.
The phrase franking is derived from the Latin word "francus" meaning free.
Such franking means that the value printed on a stamp does not, in fact, indicate accurately how much postage has been paid.
Love C She looked at the franking.
Each party has postal and telegraphic franking.
The handwriting and the franking registered slowly.
Requirement for free franking were that the mailed cover (letter or packet) had to be signed by the official sender.
Postcards, on the other hand, are cards prepared by private companies that do not have prepaid franking and readily available at commercial outlets.
Please know that Congressional franking and ethical regulations forbid me from responding to comments relating to election campaigns or political events using official resources.
Doing so allows them to attach Australian franking credits to their dividends, for Australian tax they have paid.
The legislation also granted free postal franking for all federation officials, but these wide exemptions from payment were voted out by the Federal Congress in 1826.
In the past, false franking has occurred when the Postal Service has allowed a bulk mailer to use outdated stamps after rates changed.
The Commission on Congressional Mailing Standards (Franking Commission).
Beside, Deutsche Post offers new media services related to their core mail business, including a service for printing stamps from personal computers and SMS franking (Internetmarke).
Another form of mixed franking occurs in transitional periods, either as a way to help the public use up the stamps of a defunct government, or involuntarily as a propaganda tool.
The term postal card is clearly differentiated from the term postcard which is a term to designate cards prepared by private companies and which do not have prepaid franking.
False Franking Two new coil stamps in the Transportation series will offer a bonanza to modern postal history fans interested in false franking.
Mr. Cohen, whose organization advises and trains people who lobby for liberal causes and who has long criticized the perks of incumbency, said it sounded to him like "audio-visual franking."
This novel is dedicated to the memory of my maternal grandmother, Mae Franking, Who passed her English and Scottish descent to me and became the first novelist in the family.
There are certain anti-tax-avoidance rules to prevent New Zealand companies deliberately streaming Australian franking credits towards their Australian shareholders; credits must be distributed on a pro-rata basis.
Mr. Franking notes that until recently the use of work stations and P.C.'s was more expensive than using mainframes, when the cost of rewriting software, administration and training was included.
The villages in the municipity are Buch, Dorfibm, Eggenham, Eisengöring, Franking, Holzöster, Holzleithen, Neuhausen, Oberfranking.