Did you possibly mean maillot?
- mail + shot (Wiktionary)
“★ Oh, wait, here's one: in Orange County, California, Republican congressional candidate Van Tran has sent a mailshot to voters attacking the incumbent Democrat, Loretta Sanchez, featuring a scratch-and-sniff panel.”
“The electoral commission will this weekend send out a massive mailshot to the electorate in an attempt to explain the alternative vote.”
“I'm not sure if this was specifically because I have blogged on the topic or if it was a general mailshot to our building (most of whose occupants are media organisations, including the BBC and Associated Press).”
“Do you try common marketing initiatives (i.e. two or more think tanks combine to do a joint mailshot to prospective supporters)?”
“I went into the Cromer office and wrote five (yes five!) newsletters, signed about 1,000 letters and this evening I have been drafting some mailshot letters on various issues.”
“Kerron's post refers to a mailshot of hard copies of Hazel's leaflet to Labour MPs' staff - whose names are available to anyone bothered to research them.”
“Add ten up-to-date CVs, ten SAEs and off down the post office for a mailshot.”
“I did get myself a mention on the Metafilter Projects mailshot which brought in some readers and led to the email above which proved yet again there are much cleverer people than me running about who know about maths and the universe and stuff.”
“We want to do a mailshot to each of the 15 million households in the country to explain what ordinary citizens must be doing.”
“The mailshot concentrated on areas where there are high levels of fuel poverty, such as Birmingham, Leeds, Bradford, Sheffield and County Durham.”
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