Mortimer's not ashamed to admit that she's playing a more strategic game than Nan Kempner and Pat Buckley.
But Mortimer liked going out and she liked having her picture taken.
Asked why she often played somewhat unsympathetic characters like Em, or Mackenzie in The Newsroom, Mortimer seemed taken aback.
In a world before birth control, before choice, Mortimer had survived abortion, and sterilization.
Mortimer B. Zuckerman is chairman and editor in chief of U.S. News & World Report and publisher of the New York Daily News.
Mortimer hastened to her relief, but she shrank from his touch.
There was such a tone of doubt in the Trainer's voice that even Mortimer noticed it.
It seemed to him, in these weeks following the death of "Mortimer Stant," that his career was already over.
"But he's grateful when he's kindly treated," commented Mortimer.
And after a moment he swung on his broad heels to continue his search for Mrs. Mortimer.
masc. proper name and surname, from Mortemer, name of a place in Normandy.