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junk mail

mail which is sent unsolicited and indiscriminately to a person or firm with a view to interesting them in a product.
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With his magazines and underground newspaper (one of the first), including Poets at the Gate, Marrahwannah Quarterly, The Silver Cesspool and The Buddhist 3rd Class Junkmail Oracle, he kept in touch with the counterculture movement all over America.
Mailblocks offers disposable email addresses (also known as "trackers") to help ward off future junkmail flows.
The ongoing sensory assaults of the newsprint, junkmail, public service announcements and ringing telephone have inured her to the effects of more demanding texts.
Junkmail spam (your jewel, my junk) is as much a threat as the most obvious forms of garbage that clutter my in box.
Now you can recycle any color plastic, not just clear containers or milk jugs, and junkmail, notebook paper and cereal boxes have been added to the list of paper products.
And do you think there's any chance that you might then be targeted by direct mailing firms - and receive tons of junkmail for the rest of your days?
Junkmail invasions of e-mail are on the rise, and we find it increasingly important to protect our members' privacy.
Cruder forms of that personalization include such unwanted junkmail as the abundant offers of new credit cards and magazine subscriptions with your name in the greeting and in the body of the text and your full name and address already printed on ready-to-mail business reply postcards.
If future political junkmail further de-sensitizes us to the enormous collective time hit that such media take on us, society will only be worse for the experience.
Some organizations have even taken steps to control the exchange of electronic messages to reduce "electronic junkmail.
Among the junkmail landing on one reader's doormat were begging letters that included free gifts.
There must be an end to the glamorised junkmail get-now pay-later offers of credit to those with no evidence of being able to repay.