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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 email program. See email program.

(2) A message sent by an email program.

(3) A person or organization sending email.
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Anecdote and reputation: that is the stuff, the stuffing really, of Peter Manso's relentless compliation of 150 interviews on the subject of Norman Mailer.
You will know the activity of their mailing and marketing efforts and determine whether this mailer is right for your services.
The key difference between Fitzgerald and Mailer is that the latter
ballot measure -- have sparked outrage by sending mailers that critics say mislead voters about giving City Council members a third term and ending ``pay-to-play'' corruption at City Hall.
Monthly subscriptions also enable a mailer to decide whether the services suit their needs 12 times per year, rather than locking them in to annual commitments.
A central focus of Schuchalter's analysis is the way Mailer often returns to the past--to the "primordial"--in order to make sense of his present moment.
Councilman Frank Quintero, who lost to Burbank school board member Paul Krekorian in the June 6 Democratic primary, has denied any connection to the mailer, which was financed by an independent committee, the Oakland-based California Latino Leadership Fund.
We are thrilled to provide thousands of winners with $25 gift certificates that can be used at their favorite local businesses," said John Gramata, Vice President of Marketing for Money Mailer.
The Odd Couple v Liberal America: One was a Right-Winger, the Other a Radical Leftist, but William Buckley and Norman Mailer Found Common Cause.
As we savor and celebrate this year's achievement, there is someone no longer with us who was, and is, an important voice in Mailer Studies and in the evolution of the Review.
The mailer, which surfaced Friday, looks like an official government document, informing recipients that they have a "voting violation" for failing to participate in past caucuses.
Michael Lennon), which brings together some 700 letters out of the tens of thousands that Mailer left behind.