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Postal Code

A series of letters and/or numbers identifying the area of a country to which to deliver mail. Most of the world's countries use postal codes of one kind or another because they enable more efficient sorting of mail. The first postal codes were introduced in the Soviet Union in 1932.
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"To break it down like this I have checked the city they register against the post code beginning LL.
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The idea of the scheme is that advertisers will benefit by being able to obtain detailed information about the people viewing the ads, including post codes, which will in turn allow them to target their marketing.