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- noun Alternative spelling of
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- noun a letter sent by air mail
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The white background establishes a sense of grounding solace, and the blue pane up top is straight out of an aerogramme via Royal Mail.
Additional new stamps and cards and a new aerogramme will be needed by July 1st for the new international rates which go into effect at that time.
Come to think of it, I haven't seen an aerogramme in at least 25 years.
Nope, just write on the aerogramme, seal it and pop it into the postbox.
The explanation for this somewhat cryptic sentence came lower down in the aerogramme, and when Saladin learned that his new stepmother was also called Nasreen, something went wrong in his head, and he wrote his father a letter full of cruelty and anger, whose violence was of the type that exists only between fathers and sons, and which differs from that between daughters and mothers in that there lurks behind it the possibility of actual, jaw -- breaking fisticuffs.
The exquisite passages of intelligence that typified this writer's early pensive novels are present, but are lost in the torpor of his protagonist's vacant gaze, best summarised in the novel's last, and snappiest, paragraph: "Nirmalya sighed as he refolded the aerogramme.