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SIZE LIMITS Learning  Objective:   Recall  the  procedures for measuring items for mailing. The maximum size that any article may be, and still be mailable, is l08 inches in length and girth combined except for Standard Mail (B) parcels that are mailed as oversized mail (130 inches length and girth combined). You might ask, what is meant by the girth?  How do I figure the size of an article?  Figure 4-1 shows how the length and girth of certain articles are measured.  The size of an article is determined by:    Measuring the longest side to get the length.    Measuring the distance around the article (girth). See figure 4-1. 4-2 Freely Associated States Republic of the Marshall Islands Ebeye Island, Majuro Island Republic of Palau Koror Island Federated States of Micronesia Chuuk (Truk) Island, Kosrae Island Pohnpei Island, Yap Island Table 4-2.—Freely Associated States. AOf0401 MEASURE GIRTH MEASURE LENGTH GIRTH LENGTH LENGTH LENGTH GIRTH GIRTH Figure 4-1—How to measure a parcel.

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