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Rivkin and Sutherland can hardly contain their admiration for Pfizer's brilliance in naming its love drug.
Miranda views her sister Abigail's fulfillment of her naming duties during the crisis of Cocoa's birth not just as a necessary task completed but as an important sign of her sister's strength of character.
As campers and staff become more proficient and naming and tossing speeds up, the leader may introduce another sock so that two names are being called out and two socks are tossed simultaneously.
There is an entire set of provisions governing everything from the naming of new species, hybrids, and cultivars to the spelling and syntax of well-established species.
Cowan will be responsible for developing CoreBrand's naming practice.
In most ancient cultures, the business of naming was both a matter of considerable gravity as well as a fluid process.
7) As Benston suggests, processes of naming and the function of the name are central to the problem of identity in Invisible Man.
401(a)(9)-2), naming a child or grandchild probably will result in a greater deferral since the life expectancy of a child or grandchild usually is greater than that of a spouse.
The symposium speakers came from a small group of taxonomists who are developing a new approach to naming all living things.
That principle seems to be applied time and again in the naming of lures.
Today, in the age of specialization, naming requires a special treatment; therefore one cannot expect successful results from a long list of casually created names.
name second level domains," said Ben Turner, Vice President of Naming Services at VeriSign, Inc.
In the past, some developers have done extensive research into the names of indigenous Conejo Valley plants and trees before naming their streets, she said.
Ira Bachrach of Name Lab, an international communication firm that specializes in naming products, services and companies (Acura, Compaq, Geo, Lumina, Zapmail), says, "Unlike natural language, a product or company name derives much of its meaning from the perceiver's experience of the names of similar things.