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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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House prices in the postal districts of the 20 clubs kicking off the 2013-14 season have risen by PS353 a week on average over the last 10 years, according to research by Halifax.
Says Allen & Allen Group chief executive Tony Allen: 'The price difference between the different postal districts is vast.
The average mail carrier can make between 400 to 600 stops per day," noted Los Angeles Postal District Manager, William Almaraz.
Even in the days before postcodes, when there were postal districts, residents did not have to slavishly adhere to them in everyday conversation.
Figures released by mortgage lender Halifax show the value for properties in the postal districts of the 20 current Premier League clubs have jumped in the past 10 years.
Mortgage lender Halifax estimates the average house price in the postal districts of the 20 current Premier League clubs rose from pounds 132,405 in June 2001 to pounds 353,408 in June 2011, equivalent to a daily increase of pounds 61.
A staggering 15 per cent of those who live in the Thorntonhall postal district are millionaires, according to the survey by market researchers Experian.
The Government has signed off on a plan to bring in a unique code in the format A65 B2CD with the first three digits relating to the postal district.
The least expensive Premier League postal district is Liverpool L4 - home to both Liverpool and Everton Football Clubs - with an average house price of pounds 70,461.
A VOA spokesman added: "We have received several formal proposals to alter the rating list for shops in Liverpool's L4 postal district, including County Road, and are dealing with them.
representative HI; William Kenoi, Hilo, HI mayor; Cynthia Orlando, superintendent, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park; and Daryl Ishizaki, Honolulu postal district manager.
Last season he gave over a section of the Doug Ellis stand to 800 people living in the B6 postal district around Villa Park and laid on alcohol-free zones and halal food outlets speciecally to cater for their cultural and religious needs.