detached address label

detached address label (DAL) - Paper or cardboard stock used to carry address information when preparing a mailing of unaddressed Periodicals flats, Standard Mail (A) flats or merchandise samples, or unaddressed Bound Printed Matter.

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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