|Product Name||Take Me To Your Leader: Weird Facts, Bizarre Stories, And Life's Oddities|
|Category||Book / Magazine / Publication|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ 075665579X|
|Price New||4.00 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||4.69 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Width||7.64 inches (convert)|
|Height||9.09 inches (convert)|
|Length||1.18 inches (convert)|
|Weight||38.4 ounces (convert)|
|Long Description||Take Me To Your Leader is an irreverent, sideways look at the many bizarre occurrences on our sometimes twisted planet--from why humans occasionally burst into flames to how to walk on water. A random cornucopia of the ironic and interesting, this is an illustrated reference book truly like no other--every page reveals a host of fascinating facts and curious asides that will amuse and bemuse in equal measure. If you want to know both how the world might end tomorrow--and how to save it, whether size really does matter, how to tackle international diplomacy through hand signals, or how to make balloon animals, get a decent salami, or grapple with an angry bear, then this is the place to look.|
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Royal Mail 4-State Customer Code is used for the Royal Mail Cleanmail service. It enables UK postcodes as well as Delivery Point Suffixes (DPSs) to be easily read by a machine at high speed.
Each character is made up of 4 bars, 2 of which extend upward, and 2 of which extend downward. The combination of the top and bottom halves gives 36 possible symbols: 10 digits and 26 letters.
As the example right shows, the barcode consists of a start character, the postcode, the Delivery Point Suffix (DPS), a checksum character, and a stop character. The DPS is a two-character code ranging from 1A to 9T, with codes 9U to 9Z being accepted as default codes when no DPS has been allocated