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moniker

and monniker (ˈmɑnəkɚ)
n. a nickname. With a moniker like that, you must get in a lot of fights.
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By dropping the S moniker, it would mean that the Galaxy S9 is going to be the final installment of the Galaxy S series.
Donna - now the 4,936th most popular name in the UK, a mere four baby girls were given the moniker Donna last year.
Moniker and SnapNames offer registries, registrars, businesses and individuals an array of services for domain registration, acquisition, management, appraisal, brokerage and sales.
Ingbert, Germany), the NameDrive Group (Wasserbillig, Luxembourg) as well as Moniker and SnapNames (Florida and Oregon/USA) with more than 160 employees.
External process: A process for tracking key monikers as well as pass-phrases used if the key was exported, so that you can easily identify the location of each key and its pass-phrase, and access these so you can restore a specific encrypted data set.
Knott says the team thought they would be labeled "insane" if they did not inject SRT DNA into Dodge's most infamous muscle car moniker.
If 885 Third Avenue didn't have such a sexy moniker, the recent 80,000 expansion of top law firm Latham & Watkins, the building's anchor tenant, might have been sizable enough to affect a name change.
If you called the Bowl House I'm sure one of the guys could give you a "Freaky A" story, a moniker they gave me.
I graciously ask Brother Mercado-Valdes to return "African" to his Heritage Network moniker, as this is the tie that binds.
Depending on the specific installation and configuration these systems also carry the moniker of Distributed Control Systems.
has billed itself by the trademarked moniker "Icebox of the Nation.
It comes in 32, 64, 128 and 256MB capacities and, in keeping with the cute moniker, is nattily designed and available in red, silver of black.
It was initiated because we have the moniker of Norseman capital of the world," says Ron Robinson, chairman of the Norseman Floatplane Festival and original member.
He earned the moniker "One-Slug McWhorter" because of his economical shooting.
An in-house contest has been initiated with the idea of getting the agency a new moniker in the next week or so.