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PMKPattali Makkal Katchi (political party in India)
PMKPostmark
PMKPairwise Master Key (wireless protocol security mechanism)
PMKPerson Most Knowledgeable
PMKPopular Mechanics for Kids
PMKPignataro Massive Krew (band)
PMKPiperonyl Methyl Keton
PMKPerformance Mark Errors
PMKProspect Marching Knights (Prospect High School, Mount Prospect, IL)
PMKPot Meet Kettle
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116632, Stamp Deck Card w/Digital Color Postmark, $2.
MacKinnon and her postal elves can expect more than 15,000 letters and packages from collectors and holiday enthusiasts around the world anxious to get the official Christmas Island postmark.
The only reference to the postmark that never was is a footnote in the January edition of Royal Mails' monthly magazine issued to postmark collectors.
Although it represents their first victory in either the Flat or the jumps naps competition, Postmark is the current holder of the National Press Challenge, based on all tips throughout the calendar year.
In Pekar, 113 TC 158 (1999), the IRS argued, and the Tax Court held, that a return mailed in a package that had a timely foreign postmark was late because it was received after the due date.
The district court denied the IRS motion to dismiss and said any taxpayer may present, as proof of timely filing, both direct and indirect evidence to show that a timely postmark was stamped on the return or other form.
The Postmark Prompt Payment Act would allow a consumer to mail a payment to a creditor on the due date of the payment, and it still would be considered to have arrived on time.
If you send a return by registered mail, the date of registration is the postmark date.
Royal Mail was criticised today for not understanding how important the postmark is to the city's identity.
The Birmingham Special Handstamp Centre, however, sought simply a postmark showing the man who was behind the entire movement for emancipation of the slaves, William Wilberforce (pictured).
WITH a week remaining in the Racing Post/Coral naps competition for the Flat season, Postmark of the Post and Larry Lynx of The People are locked in a titanic battle for the pounds 3,000 first prize.