go by the name (of)

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go by the name (of)

To use the specific name (that is then stated). My daughter Margaret has now decided that she goes by the name Calliope. I'm looking for a man who goes by the name of Whitaker. Do you know him?
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go by the name of something

to be known by a specific name. She goes by the name of Gladys George. I used to go by the name of George.
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Summary: New Delhi [India], July 10 (ANI): A Tamil Nadu-based cow trade organization going by the name of Maattu Vyapaarigal Matrum Tholilalargal Sangam moved the Supreme Court on Monday against the Centre's new cattle trade rules.
WHO is this myserious lovely who has been looking for her one true love on dating websites going by the name of Adriana?
But here he is going by the name of Mark Garnett - head of a Bible-bashing Alabama family trying to knock some manners into two British teenagers before you can say hi-diddly-ho.
Going by the name of a member of G'n'R is almost as ballsy as trying to lock a backside Smith on a beveled edge.
I believe that at the time Mati was going by the name Abdul Mati Klarwein.
The boat is piloted by a man ``currently going by the name of Bally'' who is a smuggler of endangered species, and, as we meet him, he is remembering a discovery he made some time ago: ``that life consisted of a series of repetitions, each less savory than its predecessor - an overall distastefulness in which man himself was but one more repetition.
AIG has obtained evidence indicating that Australian shareholders of Cita Biochemical have been contacted by certain individuals going by the name of James Gallagher, David Goodman, Jason Duffy, Walter Busby, Vince Demambro, Patrick Calger-Smith or John Dalop, all allegedly from AIG's Paris office.
While working for a trader, Shefford comes to care for a mysterious young woman, going by the name of Mary, who lives in the village but doesn't really seem part of the Mormon community.
Going by the name Latte or Macaron (the two models in the LM Series), this affordable ($850) dog's yapping is literally pure music: Visionary glitch-kitsch composer Nobukazu Takemura was hired to create the digitally equipped watchdog's electronic vocabulary Takemura--whose recently released CD Sign (Thrill Jockey) continues his singular recombinations of smooth jazz, Steve Reich, and industrialism in equal measures--has devised for Moshino's aggressively cute creatures a palate of sounds onto which listeners can project desired meanings.
GOING by the name of Paparazzi Rock Chick, this new wallpaper from Graham & Brown couldn't fail in the glamour stakes.
Three other pages used the bishop, going by the names 'Abp Paciano Aniceto,' 'Paciano Aniceto' and 'Archbishop Paciano Aniceto.
It would seem to be the height of fantasy: four young adventurous Frenchmen going by the names of Dumas's fictional musketeers hatch a plot to kidnap Jefferson Davis early in the Civil War and almost get a chance to carry it off.