rural delivery
noun see rural free delivery

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Rural Delivery — refers to these topics:* Mail Service: ** Rural delivery service mail delivery in the countyside of the United States* Musical groups: ** Rural Delivery (band) a Bluegrass band in Fairbanks, Alaska, 2004 2007 …   Wikipedia

  • rural delivery — ☆ rural delivery n. delivery of mail by carriers on routes in rural areas: formerly rural free delivery * * * …   Universalium

  • rural delivery — ☆ rural delivery n. delivery of mail by carriers on routes in rural areas: formerly rural free delivery …   English World dictionary

  • rural delivery — noun see rural free delivery * * * rural free delivery or rural delivery, the free delivery of mail in country districts by regular carriers. Abbr: R.F.D., R.D …   Useful english dictionary

  • rural delivery — rural de livery n [U] AmE ↑R.D …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • rural delivery — automobile that brings mail to small settlements within the same area …   English contemporary dictionary

  • rural delivery — noun RD …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • rural delivery — /rurəl dəˈlɪvəri/ (say roohruhl duh livuhree) noun (in New Zealand) a system for delivering mail and other items to country areas. Abbrev.: RD …   Australian English dictionary

  • rural delivery service — The nationwide network of rural routes operated primarily to deliver and collect mail from roadside mailboxes owned and maintained by residents of communities without convenient postal facilities. (Formerly called rural free delivery) …   Glossary of postal terms

  • Rural Delivery (band) — Rural Delivery is the name of a bluegrass, Americana and hillbilly jazz band in Fairbanks, Alaska. Members include Ben Bragonier on mandolin, Suzanne Graves on guitar, Tye Menser on banjo, Jeff Siniscalchi on harmonica and mandolin, and Ken Brown …   Wikipedia

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