City Sack

City Sack

A bag of city mail, which is sorted mail that is directed to the same city. In the United States, most residents and businesses in the same city have the same first three digits in their zip codes. The city sack is directed to places with the same first three digits and is distributed to specific post offices from there.
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We're not privy to boardroom conversations but from a purely cold financial point of view if City sack the No.2 they have to pay him compensation.
David White, LiverpoolRB says:Keegan will have plenty of time to reflect on that after City sack him.I'M an Everton supporter and I'd just like to say how good it is that we're beating Liverpool at something other than pie consumption.
Man City sack Sven and Avram Grant is booted out of Chelsea after losing the Champions League Final on penalties to Man U, Ryan Giggs making a record-breaking 759th appearance for the club.
Manchester City sack Joe Royle as, quite conveniently, rumours abound of Maine Road becoming home to a drinking school to which Oliver Reed would have struggled for admittance.
August 1993: Manchester City sack Peter Reid after four games
Monk, unemployed since Birmingham City sacked him, is the favourite ahead of Burnley boss Sean Dyche, who is 6/1.
It is 40-year-old Monk, unemployed since Birmingham City sacked him, who is favourite ahead of Burnley boss Sean Dyche at 6/1.
Chiefs of Eastern Police District, Pasay City sacked !-- -- MANILA, Philippines The chiefs of the Eastern Police District (EPD) and Pasay City police were relieved from their posts yesterday following the arrest of their personnel for allegedly using the government's war on drugs in extortion.
Harry soldiered on in two more roles before he quit after Birmingham City sacked him.
BRADFORD City sacked manager Stuart McCall following a run of six successive defeats.