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Question 1: Custom printed envelopes has also become an increasingly popular marketing method for ________.
Small businessCorporationInsuranceLawyer

Question 2: When the folding sequence is such that the last flap to be closed is on a short side it is referred to in commercial ________ as a '"pocket"' - a format frequently employed in the packaging of small quantities of seeds.
Paper sizeUnited States Postal ServiceMailEnvelope

Question 3: In ________, post office-preferred envelopes have four boxes printed in orange ink at the bottom right-hand corner where handwritten postcodes are meant to be written.
AustraliaBarbadosCanadaUnited Kingdom

Question 4: The most famous paper-making machine was the ________.
ChlorinePulp (paper)StarchFourdrinier machine

Question 5: Envelopes in the ________ were printed with something like the common 7 segment LCD, to assist the user to write the 6-character postcode directly in machine-readable format.
East GermanyJoseph StalinRussiaSoviet Union

Question 6: An aerogram is related to a ________, both being designed to have writing on the inside to minimize the weight.
AirmailUniversal Postal UnionMulready stationeryLetter sheet

Question 7: As of 2009 there is no international standard standard for window envelopes, but some countries, including ________ and the UK, have national standards[1].
NetherlandsGreecePolandGermany

Question 8: The "envelope" used to launch the Penny Post component of the British postal reforms of 1840 by Sir Rowland Hill and the invention of the ________, was a lozenge-shaped lettersheet known as a Mulready.
Postage stampMailAirmail stampStamp collecting

Question 9: An envelope is a common ________ item, usually made of flat material such as paper or cardboard.
Packaging and labelingLabelRecyclingPlastic

Question 10: Eye-catching illustrated envelopes or pictorial envelopes, the origins of which as an artisitic genre can be attributed to the Mulready stationery - and which was printed in this way - are used extensively for ________.
United States Postal ServiceAdvertising mailDirect marketingDirect-response marketing
















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