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adland

(ˈædˌlænd)
n
informal the advertising industry and the people who work in it
[C20: from ad(vertising) + land]
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AT LEAST Adrian Edmondson, veteran of so many comedy classics, is keeping busy - even if it is only with the likes of a two-part trawl through the TV advert archives, Ade In Adland (ITV, Tuesday) - and Celebrity Masterchef, of course.
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THE mention of a Teesside writer and his pre-war book You Shall Die reminds me of 1970s writer Mark Adland of Seaton Carew who wrote Volteface/Outerface/ Interface, a futuristic trilogy account of a future Teesside.