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I agree it is a bit odd. I can only find a few references to "(to be) picked up/(For) pick up", usually by the student, i.e. in person, as in the first example I provided. Without additional context from the Asker, it is still speculation. Regards.
Not because I proposed a possible solution, but I still think P/U means "pick up". https://www.hks.harvard.edu/more/alumni/documentation-reques...
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