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  American University Career Center
Your cover letter should create a link between the skills outlined on your resume and the specific employment needs of the organization, not simply restate what is on your resume.
You may also use your letter to mention a specific area of related expertise that you did not have an opportunity to discuss in the interview.
Letters precede, confirm, and serve as evidence of your interactions.
www.american.edu /careercenter/students/career/coverletter.html   (803 words)

 Technology, invention, and innovation collections
The new company attempted but failed in 1857 to successfully launch the first Atlantic cable due to financial difficulties, but plans were made immediately for a second attempt in 1858.
A new company, the Anglo-American Telegraph Company, was formed with the capital Atlantic Telegraph Company raised.
Corporate records include two volumes of the company's acts, charters, contracts and agreements from 1862 to 1883; minutes of board meetings relating to varied subjects, such as agreements between the company and other telegraph companies such as Western Union Telegraph concerning sales of property, details of transactions and purchases undertaken by the company.
americanhistory.si.edu /archives/d8073.htm   (1359 words)

 Untitled Document
Their purpose it to carry letters by the most rapid conveyances, and at the cheapest rates and to extend their operations (as fast as patronage will justify) over the principal routes of the country, so as to give the public the most extensive facilities for correspondence that can be afforded at a uniform rate.
It was "round one" for the government when an agent of Spooner's company was found guilty and fined for transporting letters in a railroad car over a postroad of the United States.
Letters weighing less than a half ounce could be sent any distance under 300 miles for five cents.
www.lysanderspooner.org /STAMP3.htm   (977 words)

 American English - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
American English (AmE) is the dialect of the English language used mostly in the United States of America.
In most varieties of North American English, the sound corresponding to the letter "R" is a retroflex or alveolar approximant rather than a trill or a tap.
Americanisms formed by alteration of existing words include notably pesky (from pest), phony (from fawney), rambunctious (from rumbustious), pry (as in "pry open," from prize), putter (verb, from potter), buddy (from brother), sundae (from Sunday), and skeeter (from mosquito).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/American_English   (3036 words)

 Letter from Acting SEC Chief Accountant to Audit + Attest Standards/AICPA
This letter addresses the Commission staff's concerns regarding the March 18, 2003 press release announcing publication of exposure drafts of auditing and attest standards on internal control reporting, and the electronic message that was sent at 11:32 a.m.
As you know, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act grants the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board ("PCAOB") the authority to set auditing standards to be used by registered public accounting firms in the preparation and issuance of audit reports required by that Act or by the rules of the Commission.
I hope this letter clarifies the Commission staff's position regarding the PCAOB's standards-setting authority and the potential impact of the ASB's efforts.
www.sec.gov /info/accountants/staffletters/aicpa031803.htm   (568 words)

 American Banker Online - Customer Service   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
American Banker is published daily, except for Saturday and Sunday, Federal holidays, Good Friday, July 3rd, the day after Thanksgiving, and December 26th.
American Banker is hand-delivered Monday - Friday in over 60 US cities.
In that case, we will offer you delivery by mail, so that you do not miss a single day of important news and analysis.
www.americanbanker.com /pagedisplay.html?pagename=customerservice   (620 words)

 United States Postal Service - Knowmore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
First-class mail costs 39¢ upwards, depending on the weight of the letter and the class, and the indicia is supposed to be placed in the upper-right corner.
Mail (actually the scanned image of the mail) with handwritten addresses (and machine-printed ones that aren't easily recognized) goes to the Remote Bar Coding System, a highly advanced scanning system with a state of the art neural net processor which is highly effective at correctly reading almost all addresses, no matter how badly written.
Mail is flown, usually as baggage on commercial airlines, to the airport nearest the destination station, then at a nearby processing center the mail is once again read by a Delivery Bar Code System which sorts the items into their local destinations, including grouping them by individual mail carrier.
www.knowmore.org /index.php/United_States_Postal_Service   (4069 words)

 Local Mail Posts in the United States
Chapter six applies to locals, "Most troubling...was the growth of private mail companies whose intracity and intercity services, using newly completed rail lines, diverted a large portion of the lucrative letter mail from the post office." Notes the 1845 Act exempted "newspapers, pamphlets, magazines and periodicals" from the post office monopoly of delivering mail.
History of National Association of Letter Carriers who, "In the early days of the Republic received no salaries but were permitted by Congress to collect a fee of two cents for every letter they delivered." However, most citizens chose to pick up their mail at the Post Office.
Letter to the Club, from the Brooklyn, NY register of deeds, referring to gold medal received from it for his collection of United States Local Post stamps.
www.sil.si.edu /silpublications/postal-history/local-mail-posts   (5060 words)

 Untitled Document
The power granted to Congress, on the subject of mails, is, both in its terms, and in its nature, additional to, not destructive of, the pre-existing rights of the States, and the natural rights of the people.
The idea, that the business of carrying letters is, in its nature, a unit, or monopoly, is derived from the practice of arbitrary governments, who have either made the business a monopoly in the hands of the government, or granted it as a monopoly to individuals.
If individuals voluntarily send letters enough by the government mail, to pay the expenses of the establishment--well--if not, the establishment must go down, or be sustained like all the other departments of the government, by general taxation-and not by restraints upon competition.
www.lysanderspooner.org /PrivateMail.htm   (7213 words)

 Ahmadinejad's letter to Americans - CNN.com
In Iraq, about one hundred and fifty thousand American soldiers, separated from their families and loved ones, are operating under the command of the current US administration.
Undoubtedly, the American people are not satisfied with this behavior and they showed their discontent in the recent elections.
But if the approach remains the same, it would not be unexpected that the American people would similarly reject the new electoral winners, although the recent elections, rather than reflecting a victory, in reality point to the failure of the current administration's policies.
edition.cnn.com /2006/WORLD/meast/11/29/ahmadinejad.letter   (2030 words)

 9. E-mail. The American Heritage Book of English Usage. 1996
The on-line behavior got so nasty that the researchers halted one of the studies; participants in one of the groups became so infuriated with one another that they had to be escorted out of the building.
Where a misspelling in a printed letter leaves many readers concluding that the writer is a slob or a dunce, the same misspelling in an E-mail message hardly makes a difference to the readers.
It is also important to remember the virtues that traditional written communication has to offer: the opportunity to shape a piece of writing into something worth saving and the chance to move a reader by the careful arrangement of words for their cumulative effect.
www.bartleby.com /64/9.html   (2189 words)

 American Junior Classics Airmail - Bob Veazey and his Fireball
This letter was written to American Junior Classics on September 25, 2003.
The favorite model, however, was the American Junior "Fireball", of which there were several.
He said that he remembered me from my letters begging for help, and allowed me to help with his three plane demonstration flights.
www.americanjuniorclassics.com /airmail/bob_veazey.htm   (778 words)

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The company transferring the mutual fund shares may also require a signature guarantee, which can be obtained at most financial firms (i.e., bank).
Mail the original letter to the mutual fund company.
Mail or fax a copy of letter to The American Foundation™ with your completed Application.
americanfoundation.org /17turnkey_letterB_of_instruction.html   (174 words)

 American Letter Mail Company - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The American Letter Mail Company was started by Lysander Spooner in 1844, competing with the United States Postal Service monopoly in violation of the Private Express Statutes.
It succeeded in delivering mail for lower prices, but the U.S. government challenged Spooner with legal measures, eventually exhausting his resources and forcing him to cease operations.
The Post Office and Private Mail Service 19th century individualist anarchist Benjamin Tucker opposes USPS monopoly
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/American_Letter_Mail_Company   (143 words)

 Air Mail - Issue 5.2 American Windsurfer
Newman Darby replied to this letter by sending her a tape which prompted a phone conversation and eventually a visit to Hood River by the inventor.
What is surprising is that it came from American Windsurfer, a magazine that touts itself as an ambassador to the sport.
The point of this letter is not to dispute the warranty claim.
www.americanwindsurfer.com /MAG/mag/back/airmail5.2.html   (1717 words)

 American Decency Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The women used their bodies to lure and entice while the camera focused in on barely covered crotches and breasts, mostly bare bottoms, and cleavage.
And you see, that's what is so wrong about all these "moral campaigns." First, the so-called leaders of the ADA are most likely heathen bastards whose own moral compasses include doing horrible things to Boy Scouts, or their collies.
Second, every "boycott letter" parroted by the sheep-like minions of the ADA is either from someone who watched the show, and is therefore a hypocrite, or who didn't, and is therefore ignorant of what it is they are protesting!
www.americandecency.org /email_updates/email12.12.06.htm   (1299 words)

 American Junior from childhood to rediscovery by James Duckworth
I do believe Frank Macy was slightly dubious of that letter but, being the wonderful person he is, he let go of one of his own American Junior Hornets.
There is a letter from the late Terry Sanford, former Governor of North Carolina, thanking us for his as well The A-J Hornet and 404 fold wing glider have been seen in Iraq, held by an American Soldier sitting in one of Saddam's throne chairs.
The Company and it's original founder continue to evolve through the efforts of Frank Macy who has sacrificially given his all to bring happiness to Senior, in between, and Young Americans.
www.americanjuniorclassics.com /airmail/duckworth.htm   (1396 words)

 888CleanLA.com Los Angeles County Environment Junk Mail Page
Information about you may be collected and added to a mailing list whenever you enter a contest, make a donation, buy something, order a product, or send in a subscription or warranty card.
This mailing list may in turn be sold or traded with other companies.
You can write or call these companies and request that your name and address be removed from their company's mailing lists.
ladpw.org /epd/junkmail/index.cfm   (663 words)

 American Banker Online - Send a Letter
We invite contributions and encourage diversity of opinion, whether in the form of commentary articles or letters to the editor about any aspect of our coverage.
All letters must include a name, e-mail address and phone number.
We reserve the right to edit letters for clarity and space and to use them in all electronic and print editions.
www.americanbanker.com /sendalettertotheeditor.html   (137 words)

 ARRLWeb: FCC Power-Utility Letter
Your power company may be interested in the text of the letter the FCC Call Center can send out in cases of power line interference.
This means that your utility company should locate the source of interference caused by its equipment and make necessary corrections within a reasonable time.
While the FCC has confidence that most utility companies are able to resolve these issues voluntarily, the FCC wants to make your office aware that this unresolved problem may be a violation of FCC rules and could result in a monetary forfeiture for each occurrence.
www.arrl.org /tis/info/fcc_utility_letter.html   (890 words)

 Employment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Thank you for your interest in American Orient Express, which provides deluxe rail journeys as enjoyable as their destinations in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
American Orient Express is continually looking for friendly, hardworking and responsible crew.
I understand that the Company may request an investigative consumer report from a consumer reporting agency that includes information as to my character, general reputation, personal characteristics, and mode of living.
www.americanorientexpress.com /framesets/frame_employment.html   (743 words)

 American Presidents: Life Portraits
Your letter of last week reached me too late in the week to enable me to reply to it earlier than this.
Company would not prevent we from writing to her.
Savage's wedding, and yet how easy was it for her to have written, and sent the letter to Frazier's.
www.americanpresidents.org /letters/10.asp   (768 words)

 Poynter Online - Forums
The letter [to Dave Winer] did not come from NPR but from This I Believe, Inc. the independent non-profit org that runs the well-known national essay multimedia project.
TIBI's relationship with NPR is solely as an independent producer (similar to Dave Isay/SoundPortraits and his StoryCorps weekly segments or Joe Richman and his Radio Diaries pieces); we have a distribution agreement to air about 40-50 of their weekly This I Believe essays annually in our broadcasts.
From DAVID MILLS: We have in Los Angeles an ongoing case study of what happens when a major American newspaper is confronted with an event outside of its politically correct comfort zone.
www.poynter.org /forum?id=letters   (4879 words)

 American Funds - Frequently asked questions
By mail — Send a letter to the American Funds Service Company address in your region.
By Mail — If you have not signed up for American FundsLink, your redemption checks will be mailed to the address on your account the next business day, provided the request is received before 4 p.m.
Then mail the letter to the American Funds Service Company address in your region.
www.americanfunds.com /faq.htm   (1015 words)

 Great American Equipment Company - About us - Letter from President Dave Quint
The “gaec” in both are the initials of Great American Equipment Company, which should make both easy to remember.
Great American Equipment Co. is a worldwide stocking dealer of used and surplus metal working machine tools.
Therefore buying from Great American Equipment Co. should be much easier than the ‘firedrills’often associated with chasing brokered machinery.
www.gaec.com /aboutus.htm   (402 words)

 Time for the Mail Monopoly to Go | The Foundation for Economic Education: The Freeman, Ideas on Liberty
In 1872 the federal government solidified its hold on mail delivery by passing legislation that granted the Postal Service full monopoly rights over first-class (letters) and third-class (“junk”) mail.
In 1994, for instance, inspectors found 2.3 million pieces of mail in Maryland delayed for nine days and 5.9 million pieces in Chicago delayed for a month.11 Another problem is inefficiency.
Demand for letter delivery, the reason for which the USPS was originally created, is slowing.
www.fee.org /publications/the-freeman/article.asp?aid=3976   (1133 words)

 A Database List of US Importers and Buying Agents - 2007 Edition
If a letter you send is returned to you because the mailing/post address has changed, please let us know.
We will contact that company, get the correct information, and then inform you of the updated address.
The American Importers Association offers a CD that contains a large list of US importers who are ready to buy and import many different kinds of products.
www.americanimporters.org /pages/exporter.html   (450 words)

 3rd Annual Symposium of the American Heart Association Council on Basic Cardiovascular Sciences - Translation of Basic ...
The American Heart Association reserves the rights to all recordings or reproductions of presentations at AHA scientific conferences and meetings.
Please be aware that during the 3rd Annual Symposium of the American Heart Association Council on Basic Cardiovascular Sciences - Translation of Basic Insights Into Clinical Practice, attendees, vendors and guests may be photographed and videotaped by AHA vendors.
Lectures and abstract presentations at the 3rd Annual Symposium of the American Heart Association Council on Basic Cardiovascular Sciences are embargoed for release at the time of presentation.  Information may not be released before the scheduled presentation time.
www.americanheart.org /presenter.jhtml?identifier=3032066   (954 words)

 American Importers Association - Frequently Asked Questions
In addition to contacting the companies on the list ourselves, we ask those people who buy the database to notify us if they find information in the database that has changed since the last update.
But with a database this large and with companies being as dynamic as they are there will be information that has changed and we have not yet learned about it.
Sending e-mail messages is considered "cheap man's advertising" and is not nearly as effective as sending a letter by mail.
www.americanimporters.org /pages/FAQ.html   (667 words)

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