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U.S. Postal Service

A government organization in the United States that delivers mail to individuals and businesses. It is required to offer the same prices for the entire U.S., regardless of geography. It is also the only organization allowed access to mail boxes with "U.S. Mail" stamped on them. It traces its origins to 1775.
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