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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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Parte de esas experiencias es la que viviran los Integrantes de la BRM dentro del festival Vive Latino, en el que se presentaran por primera vez en marzo proximo.
Las mayores tasas de mortalidad y reclutamiento (5.78 y 3.8) se manifiestan en BST como resultado de la alta competencia por recursos, contrastando con BRM (1.87 y 1.2) quien manifiesta un habitat mas estable.
Historian Doug Nye will give a talk on the BRM at the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu on December 6.
The BRM vaccine aims to stimulate antibodies and T cells, two components of the immune system, and to neutralize the virus on the mucus membranes where blisters form.
The diagnostic sensitivity for fusion gene detection was lower when biopsies showed MFC, whatever the material used, alone or combined, although the difference was significant only with BRM (P = 0.014).
El BRM fue inoculado con lodos provenientes de un sistema de lodos activados existente en una industria cervecera de la zona, y fue alimentado con un agua residual sintetica, cuya composicion se presenta en la tabla 1.
En route to their victory, BRM registered the fastest lap of 1min 16.134secs.
"The BRM process at Caterpillar boils down to having a strategic conversation with the businesses and divisions," said Dr.
Vallstein AG, a company that offers Bank Relationship Management (BRM) solutions, has announced that it has launched the fifth generation of its WalletSizing Enterprise Edition.
Faced with the goal of improving quality, while reducing employee injuries and fatigue, Tim Taylor, an RCBS engineer, turned to Flex-Hone, a flexible ball-style honing brush made by Brush Research Manufacturing (BRM).
Multiple regression analysis showed that the SAS subscale of concentration disruption was the sole significant predictor of BRM score, accounting for approximately 11% of the variance (see Table 1).
Army Training Centers (ATCs), required development of the Basic Rifle Marksmanship (BRM) Strategy.