In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The four students are not named, using pseudonyms instead.
- After years of writing under pseudonyms, Smith wrote Nightwing a taut, terrifying horror novel about rabid vampire bats under his own name.
- He has also published several thrillers under the pseudonym Dan Kavanagh.
- All of the names in this paper are pseudonyms, and I have left student texts unedited for spelling or grammar except where indicated by square brackets.
- In this analysis, I replaced any personal names with pseudonyms.
- Printers had to settle for prosecutions if they printed seditious libel, so they either played it safe or adopted pseudonyms and fake addresses.
- All names are pseudonyms and details have been changed to provide anonymity.
- That's a social get-together where bloggers and readers put faces to the names and pseudonyms they've been encountering online for months.
- It was partly for this reason that Emily Brontë published Wuthering Heights under the male pseudonym of Ellis Bell.
- We also made it clear that we would not be mentioning the artists by name and only used pseudonyms when dealing with the press.
- The pseudonyms gave the sisters an aura of mystery and secrecy, so much so that some readers believed that all three were one person or that they were males.
- Companies, places, and organizations are identified by their actual names, but pseudonyms are used to identify all persons mentioned in the text.
- You can write your blog using your real name or under a pseudonym if you prefer not to reveal your true identity to the outside world.
- Aragon's writings circulated anonymously or under pseudonyms.
- Some bloggers use their real names while others use pseudonyms.
- He's been at it for more than 10 years now under a various project names and pseudonyms, including Palace Music.
- In cross-examination she denied that Reeda was fictitious or a pseudonym for someone else.
- Priests identified only by first name have been given pseudonyms to protect their privacy.
- In Grenoble he became a close friend of Henri Beyle, the famous French author better known by his pseudonym Stendhal.
- All names are pseudonyms to protect the identity of the participants.
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