mail call

NOUN
  1. a call of names of those receiving mail
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How To Use mail call In A Sentence

  • Good luck and God bless you wherever you stray, The world for me ended at mail call today.
  • Several years ago, Ms. Holder discovered that dozens of her MySpace friends had received an anonymous email calling her a tramp and a home-wrecker.
  • Create a rule that will run an automator work flow when you send an email called timesheet-go. Cult of Mac
  • The offer still stands, augmented by responses to a recent e-mail call for more donors.
  • Her first letter had appeared other-worldly among the drab envelopes of the evening mail call, a grand parchment rolled like a diploma and bound in a single red ribbon.
  • Cheers and whistles rang through a ship when mail call was piped. Nemesis: The Battle for Japan, 194445
  • Cheers and whistles rang through a ship when mail call was piped. Nemesis: The Battle for Japan, 194445
  • Head and Neck armor - the helmet was called the Bascinet which had a skirt of mail called an aventail to protect the neck. Archive 2008-02-24
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