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Business Reply Mail

In marketing, a preaddressed card or letter included in a piece of mail allowing the receiver to reply to the sender without charge. This is used for mail sent to a large number of people and/or organizations. Business reply mail may be inside a periodical, for example, and it may allow the receiver to submit his/her subscription renewal without a stamp. A mailer pays the U.S. Postal Service a flat, annual fee to be able to use business reply mail.
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BRM were close behind the on the session's time sheet, registering just 0.
Just as a chemical standard can be used as a comparator to confirm the identity of a particular compound, a BRM can be compared to a raw botanical to assist with botanical identification.
Bruce John Munro, CEO of BRM, said: "As a key shareholder, United Holdings will bring significant value to our operations and raise our overall business profile in the industry.
Bob Mosesso, a partner with Billy Ball at BRM, said the company plans to build a KFC/Long John Silver's on U.
The BRM Limited Edition, however, is not aimed at that kind of driver.
BRM would carry on business as MHF Services and all MHF staff presently situated in Oak Ridge, Tennessee will relocate their offices to the new BRM manufacturing facility in Clinton, Tennessee.
TEL AVIV, Israel, April 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Following the success of the PlayScape Mega-Game as a distribution vehicle for mobile games, existing MoMinis investors BRM Group and Mitsui Ventures are investing $4.
BRM and the Feinstein Institute were awarded the two-year Small Business Technology Transfer grant by the National Institutes of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases, BRM reported yesterday at a news conference at Worcester's biotechnology research park.
Some of those restaurants will be reopened, and others will be renovated or relocated, said Bob Mosesso, who is a partner with Billy Ball at BRM Foods.
MOTORSPORT fans should head for Silverstone in the summer, when great racing names such as Stirling Moss, Roy Salvadori and Tony Brooks will be at the famous racing circuit to pay tribute to 50 years of BRM.