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PMKPattali Makkal Katchi (political party in India)
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A sheet containing 36 of these postmarks were displayed.
Freeborn also said she sees "tremendous opportunities for growth in central Pennsylvania" with Postmark members and the credit union's other employer groups.
The rest of Asean member countries launched similar Asean stamps in limited editions, de la Cruz said, adding, "The design of the Asean stamp and postmark were based on Asean's motto: one voice, one identity, and one community, including a unified aspiration for development in education, tourism, and economic development in the region.
From this Saturday, the postmark will appear on mail delivered throughout the UK for a week as part of the Royal Mail's Remarkable Lives Special Stamp set, which was issued in March.
Postmark Apartments is the latest addition to Harbor Point, a 322-acre waterfront peninsula just south of the Stamford Train Station and minutes from downtown Stamford that has been transformed into a dynamic transit-oriented, mixed-use community by Building and Land Technology.
Some post offices in outlying areas, for example, bring mail to central locations for postmarking so postmarks may not be applied to payment envelopes on the day they are mailed, Spickard said.
Post bosses dismissed any nostalgia about the postmark saying it was merely an "operational tool" to show where a letter was processed.
4 LOVER (UK) - the local post office of this Wiltshire village gets inundated with Valentines cards as the postmark is a prized accessory.
The postmark is one of a dozen specially commissioned to commemorate the centenary of the death of the creator of James Bond author Ian Fleming.
Fan Liqing, a spokeswoman for China's Taiwan Affairs Office, alleged the post office was being used by the Taiwanese authorities to ''preach independence'' and any mail found with the postmark would immediately be sent back.
Children were asked to draw a design which looked at anti-social behaviour and what it meant to them, which was turned into a postmark.
The Secretary of State date-stamps and processes documents as of the date received, regardless of the postmark.