- Presorted Standard - The postage rate for Standard Mail (A) pieces that are part of a mailing and that meet minimum volume and preparation requirements.
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Standard Mail (A) — Standard Mail matter that weighs less than 16 ounces. It comprises the subclasses of Regular Standard Mail, Nonprofit Standard Mail, Enhanced Carrier Route Standard Mail, and Nonprofit Enhanced Carrier Route Standard Mail. These subclasses… … Glossary of postal terms
precanceled stamp — A postage stamp canceled by marking across the face before it is sold to mailers for use with bulk mailings. Also, a stamp designated by the USPS as a precanceled stamp without cancellation marks. Mailpieces with these stamps do not go through a… … Glossary of postal terms
presort levels — Terms used for presort levels are defined as follows: • firm: all pieces for delivery at the business address shown on the top piece of a package or bundle. • carrier route: all pieces for delivery on the same city route, rural route, highway … Glossary of postal terms
Huffman coding — Huffman tree generated from the exact frequencies of the text this is an example of a huffman tree . The frequencies and codes of each character are below. Encoding the sentence with this code requires 135 bits, as opposed of 288 bits if 36… … Wikipedia
precancel — To cancel postage stamps or stamped envelopes before mailing. The USPS sells precanceled postage to mailers of Presorted (including automation rate) First Class Mail and Standard Mail (A). If authorized, bulk mailers may precancel their own… … Glossary of postal terms
single-piece rate — A postage rate available for individual pieces of Express Mail, First Class Mail, Priority Mail, and Standard Mail (B). It is not available for Periodicals except under the rate category of basic. This type of rate contrasts with rates available… … Glossary of postal terms