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There was no post for you today.
What time does the next post go?
I just caught the last post.
The letter I was waiting for wasn't in the first post.
I never send anything valuable through the post.
Never believe anyone who tells you 'The cheque is in the post'!
My father has held full-time teaching posts at several universities.
The Prime Minister appointed her to the post of ambassador.
She took up her post as the new director last April.
The company has now decided to fill this post on a permanent basis.
Thank you for this brilliant post!
I wrote a blog post about this yesterday.
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