Recent Examples of postmaster from the Web
Benjamin Franklin might’ve been the greatest polymath since Leonardo da Vinci — yes, polymath; look it up, chumps — a politician, Freemason, author, inventor, even a postmaster.
Averell was a postmaster, a notary public and a justice of the peace.
Armand, the son of the village postmaster, is tasked to deliver Vincent’s last letter to Theo.
If receiving the incorrect mail in your mailbox is a persistent problem, call the USPS Consumer Affairs office and file a complaint, or report it to your local postmaster.
Deshaune Stewart, 24, was arrested Saturday, accused of fatally shooting his supervisor at a post office in suburban Columbus and then killing a postmaster outside her apartment.
Avenue address relief nearly came in 1940, after the city’s postmaster suggested a three-part format familiar to residents of Queens: the cross street immediately to the south, then a hyphen, then a building number.
The Dispatch has reported that documents found online refer to her as the Dublin postmaster.
To deal with the annual deluge, the United States Postal Service (USPS)—Santa’s primary ghostwriter (aside from parents)—created Operation Santa in the early 20th century, which allowed postmasters to answer the letters.
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First Known Use of postmaster
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Definition of postmaster for English Language Learners
: a person who is in charge of a post office
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