aerogramme


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Synonyms for aerogramme

a letter sent by air mail

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The blue aerogramme in return from family, friends or solicitous dignitaries was always an eagerly anticipated event, an unannounced drop-in by Peace Corps director Sargent Shriver perhaps less so.
Nevada (US), Dec 21 (ANI): Hindus worldwide have applauded Singapore for issuing a special Airmail Aerogramme marking Deepavali (Diwali), the most popular Hindu festival also known as "festival of lights".
Break-ups occasion psychic incursions that hold little promise of comfort but provide tips toward self-knowledge, as in "Last Aerogramme to You, with Lizard," which opens, "I found a bat today--its belly full of bloody mosquitoes," and ends with the image of the speaker made to weep by a gecko that "skitters a loop around [her] wrist--exploring each elbow." In itself a constant resource of knowledge, the natural world provides solace as well as occasions for self-discovery.
She glances down at the blue aerogramme open on the dresser.
Aerogramme have been creating a major stir in Scotland; South were the first band signed up by James Lavelle's Mo' Wax label; and Mohobishopi have established an impeccable live reputation in recent months.
aerogramme to his friend Johnny Gollan, Pollitt remarked: `This week I
Snow Patrol will share the bill with Welsh newcomers Manchild, Scotland's Aerogramme and England's already established Coldplay, all of whom will have a shot at national glory.
The UK government has launched a new Internet alternative to the traditional UK Armed Forces aerogramme. Under the new system, which uses the Royal Mail's RelayOne Internet post delivery system, people who want to send messages to soldiers visit the Internet site at http://www.royalmail.uk/bfpo-relayone, where they type in the name, rank and unit of the person who is to receive the message.
In keeping with their enthusiasm for the immediacy of information-age electronics, they called the new publication Archigram, liking the title's association with "telegram" and "aerogramme." When critics like Reyner Banham began referring to the work of the Archigram Group, the name stuck and this architectural collaboration was born.
Every week a blue aerogramme - a cleverly designed three fold ultra-lightweight sheet of blue paper with gummed wings for international post - would appear in both our house and my grandmother's, addresses written in my aunt's neat copperplate but inside tightly typed lines full of her week's activity.
For example, the height of the Aerogramme, the width, lettering, design placement etc.
The label launched the careers of her own band as well as releasing critically acclaimed albums by the likes of Arab Strap, Mogwai, Aerogramme and, more recently, solo work by former Adam Strap member Malcolm Middleton.
SUNDAY, MAIN STAGE: Aerogramme 12.55pm; Moldy Peaches, 1.40; Polyphonic Spree, 2.25; Vines, 3.10; Elbow, 4.00; White Stripes, 5.00; Jane's Addiction, 6.05; Pulp, 7.35; The Strokes, 9.20.
In addition, a pictorial aerogramme featuring an artist's impression of the main stand at the New Millennium Stadium at Arms Park .