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Mailer

Norman. born 1923, US author. His works, which are frequently critical of modern American society, include the war novel The Naked and the Dead (1948), An American Dream (1965), his account of the 1967 peace march on Washington The Armies of the Night (1968), The Executioner's Song (1979), and Barbary Shore (1998)

mailer

(1) An e-mail program. See e-mail program.

(2) A message sent by an e-mail program.

(3) A person or organization sending e-mail.
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Quarter-finals: Thompson & Lloyd 21 Walker & Firth 12, Mailer & Mailer 21 Smith & Hughes 15, Wood & Stone 12 Parks & Hardwick 21, Tattersley & Tattersley 21 Sheerha & Walder 20.
Despite the over-the-top autobiographical aspect of much of Mailer's writing, characterized by the solipsistic paean Advertisements for Myself (1959) and a number of other collections of essays and social commentary, the young Mailer seems to have lived a relatively normal childhood.
Newcastle Crown Court heard how Mailer had been ordered to pay Trudy Waugh pounds 5,600 compensation after she won a tribunal case against him for unfair dismissal after he took over ownership of the pub in 1999.
Orhan Pamuk told reporters before the ceremony that it was an honour for him to receive a prize awarded in memory of Norman Mailer.
At turns charming yet stubborn, irascible yet honest, demanding yet humorous, Mailer can sometimes be as hard to love as he is to resist.
The restaurant was The Commons, and Mailer ate "scallops over rice with lobster hollandaise - ridiculously rich," he says.
When Mailer opened the door, he seemed frail and feeble, using a cane to steady himself.
I believe that, yes, Satan was present one way or another at the conception of Adolf Hitler," Mailer said recently, discussing a scene to that very effect.
The Postal Service is not looking into whether the mailers were improper use of free Army postage, leaving that for the military to decide, he said.
As an observer, Leiterman was there to document Mailer's participation, part of which included Mailer threatening to cross police lines.
During the 1980s and 1990s Money Mailer was ranked as the number one direct mail advertising franchise for 11 straight years.