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(man-tel'),
Nathan, 20th-century U.S. biostatistician. See: Mantel-Haenszel test.
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Mantel previously held the role of Chief Merchandising Officer for GNC Corporation, where he led a $2.
Doubling up the garland for your fireplace mantel adds fullness and enough to drape and place on top of the mantel.
Mantel went on: "She describes herself as 'a rebel', on the grounds she liked to do the opposite of everyone.
Each bracket has a considerable carry capacity and is able to be easily wall-mounted, allowing the homeowner, resort owner, or designer to plan for a large mantel - creating a statement above the fireplace and allowing for the display of various decorative features.
The large drawing room is more than 22ft long with two sash windows to the front and a walk-in bay window to the back with double doors to the garden, The room has solid wood flooring and superb black marble fireplace and mantel with terracotta marble, cast iron inset and grate, tiled border and coal effect fire.
Mantel, whose books about the life of Henry VIII's adviser Thomas Cromwell have been critical and commercial hits, was made a dame by Charles for her services to literature.
Following yesterday's investiture ceremony carried out by Charles at Buckingham Palace, Mantel said: "We talked about the television series of Wolf Hall, which he's enjoying very much.
Hilary Mantel takes a break from Henry VIII and Thomas Cromwell in The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher, 10 quirky, unsettling and sometimes predictable stories.
Henry VIII's unfortunate queen Anne Boleyn stars in myriad works of historical fiction, from the literary fiction of Hilary Mantel to the perhaps less historical potboilers of Philippa Gregory.
Now the acclaimed writer Hilary Mantel (shown inset) has taken things a step further by writing a short story, The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher, imagining her death by an IRA sniper's bullet.
The Assassination Of Margaret Thatcher by Hilary Mantel is published in hardback by Fourth Estate, priced PS14.