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zip codes (Zoning Improvement Plan codes)

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ZIP (Zoning Improvement Plan) codes are postal codes in the United States that identify preassigned geographic boundaries and make mail sorting and delivery more efficient. Other countries have similar designations, usually referred to as post codes or postal codes .

This was last updated in March 2011
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