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Proper address form (from the U.S. Post Office)
|For help with addressing envelopes and creating salutations, etc., for people holding various social, political, religious offices, we refer you to a Website maintained by BrainBank.|
*The resume, cover letter, and thank you note are adopted from those listed on Capital's Career and Placement Center's home-page. Users can find a great deal of useful advice on the writing of resumes, etc., at that site.
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