names

Definitions

  • the Name of Kheops Drawn in Red on Several Blocks Of the Great Pyramid
    the Name of Kheops Drawn in Red on Several Blocks Of the Great Pyramid
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n names verbal abuse; a crude substitute for argument "sticks and stones may break my bones but names can never hurt me"
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Additional illustrations & photos:

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WHATS IN A NAME WHATS IN A NAME
"I salute you in the name of Jonesville and America." "I salute you in the name of Jonesville and America."
I can write my name on the piano I can write my name on the piano
THE NAMING OF ST. JOHN THE NAMING OF ST. JOHN

Quotations

  • Proverb
    Proverb
    “From our ancestors come our names from our virtues our honor.”
  • Alexander Solzhenitsyn
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    “Not everything has a name. Some things lead us into a realm beyond words.”
  • Anatole France
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    “Chance is the pseudonym God uses when He does not want to sign His name.”
  • Proverb
    Proverb
    “Good men must die, but death cannot kill their names.”
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
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    “Fate, then, is a name for facts not yet passed under the fire of thought; for causes which are unpenetrated.”
  • John F. Kennedy
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    “Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names.”

Idioms

Give a dog a bad name - A person who is generally known to have been guilty of some offence will always be suspected to be the author of all similar types of offence. Once someone has gained a bad reputation, it is very difficult to lose it.
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Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me - To be resistant to criticism. This is often said to young children upset over the fact that another child called them something that they did not like.
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Your name is mud - If someone's name is mud, then they have a bad reputation.
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Usage

In literature:

ORIGIN OF THE MALAYS AND GENERAL ACCEPTATION OF NAME.
"The History of Sumatra" by William Marsden
Widow of a workman named Pierre alias Bougival; she was usually designated by the latter name.
"Repertory Of The Comedie Humaine, Complete, A -- Z" by Anatole Cerfberr and Jules François Christophe
Bjorn was the name of a man who lived at Bjornfirth, where he had taken land, the firth being named after him.
"Laxdæla Saga" by Anonymous
The descendants of the two last-named persons are very numerous, and have maintained the respectability of their family names.
"Salem Witchcraft, Volumes I and II" by Charles Upham
Grim was the name of another of Asgrim's sons, and Thorhalla was his daughter's name.
"The story of Burnt Njal" by Anonymous
He named the vast stream the Columbia River, from the name of his vessel.
"The Beginner's American History" by D. H. Montgomery
On the point of some sharp instrument pressing my naked left breast, in the name of the Lord.
"The Mysteries of Free Masonry" by William Morgan
Hanway is my own family name; I always use it.
"The President" by Alfred Henry Lewis
Can you name a single Parliamentary aspirant who has been made to suffer?
"Phineas Redux" by Anthony Trollope
What do you say your name is?
"A Dream of Empire" by William Henry Venable
Him was name Mingo, and after slavery him and all us take de name, de secon' name, Davis, and I's here today, Jesse Davis.
"Slave Narratives Vol. XIV. South Carolina, Part 1" by Various
She was raised by folks named Morrow and pa by folks named Strahorn.
"Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves" by Work Projects Administration
Plutarch thought by this refinement to take off the impropriety of conferring so base a name upon a Deity.
"A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume II. (of VI.)" by Jacob Bryant
There was an ancient city named Pelusium near the mouth of it.
"History of Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt" by Jacob Abbott
Conscious that, even underneath her mother's name, you might trace her out in England, she has changed her name again.
"The Crime and the Criminal" by Richard Marsh
Abraham's son was named Isaac, and Isaac's son was named Jacob.
"Hurlbut's Life of Christ For Young and Old" by Jesse Lyman Hurlbut
I made several acquaintances, whose names are recollected with pleasure.
"The Indian in his Wigwam" by Henry R. Schoolcraft
The Northman felt himself in the presence of the Joetunn (giants), whose name Grimm identifies as the Eaters.
"Demonology and Devil-lore" by Moncure Daniel Conway
They did that with all proper names, and that was notable in the Old Testament, because most Old Testament proper names can be translated.
"The Greatest English Classic" by Cleland Boyd McAfee
Names are not male and female, and a daughter often bears her father's name.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 6" by Various
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In poetry:

Till then the track had never had a name
For all its thicket and the nightingales
That should have earned it. No one was to blame
To name a thing beloved man sometimes fails.
"Bob's Lane" by Edward Thomas
"Except thee know the poem there—
'T was written long since, yet
His name who wrote it, now—in fact—
I cannot seem to get—
His name who wrote that poetry
I always do forget.
"The Poet And The Poem" by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
The angel wrote, and vanished. The next night
It came again with a great wakening light,
And showed the names whom love of God had blessed,
And lo! Ben Adhem's name led all the rest.
"Abou Ben Adhem" by James Henry Leigh Hunt
When you are far, the still stars learn your name:
I whisper it to them across the dark;
And, in the dawn, the brown birds learn your name:
It mounts to heaven with the earliest lark.
"Love's Song" by Ethel Clifford
Who have turned thy name to laughter,
Thy sea-like sounded name
That now none hearkens after
For faith in its free fame,
Who have robbed thee of thy trust and given thee of their shame;
"A Marching Song" by Algernon Charles Swinburne
Sweet His name, that name transcending
Every name on earth, in heaven;
Praise, through ages never-ending,
To the Son of God be given!
He alone the Saviour is,
Everlasting praise be His!
"In the Lord we have redemption," by Thomas Kelly

In news:

That's the name adopted by a group of young Finnish composers in the 1970s, a name that could apply to any group of musical young turks who think they have something new to say.
After buying every baby-naming book she could get her hands on, Alisha Ryan found her daughter's name, in of all places, an obscure teenybopper movie.
Naming a boat is almost as important as naming a child.
Minister of Public Safety Vic Toews isn't naming names when it comes to cyberspace security concerns.
Hutchins , who was named a Building Design+Construction "40 Under 40" superstar in 2007, is being named SVP and regional manager, operating from the firm's Boston office.
Once upon a time (well, spring 1999), there was a smart aleck named Craig Kilborn who got a job hosting The Late Late Show on CBS, beating out another smart aleck named Jon Stewart.
A Chinese company, Proview, says its sale of the device's name to Apple did not include naming rights in China.
Naming Names by Victor S Navasky Viking, 482 pp.
When we try to name the biggest and best picture book biography authors out there, two names spring immediately to mind.
My wife Lisa and I have a 12 year old boy named Jackson and a 9 year old girl named Lauren.
Also, as an entrepreneur, name recognition is important and the new name is more recognizable'.
A cow named Karen has a name tag on her ear at Jon Bansen's farm in Portland, Ore. By Jeanette Der Bedrosian, USA TODAY.
Name the Bay Area town named after an Irish philosopher.
While in college one of my good friends had a basic, American sounding name something like (name is changed to avoid embarrassing the real person) Charlie Palmer.
Hall could name and tell a story about every name on the ball.
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In science:

The strategy for deducing the existence of an H -invariant torus (namely, G−1 (Tn 0 )) from that of a K -invariant torus (namely, Tn 0 ) is to show that β vanishes on some subset of large measure in some parameter space (in some cases, the frequency α cannot be fixed and needs to be varied).
A simple proof of the invariant torus theorem
MOM(SCALE (CAC40, 100), 5). This is the classical problem of semantic query rewriting. We define a canonical form of queries to avoid different names for the same derived query. Every peer shall retrieve relevant segments of a TS efficiently given a name and a time interval.
XQ2P: Efficient XQuery P2P Time Series Processing
Armed with the notion of a random conjugate space (namely Definition 2.4.3) and the HahnBanach theorem (namely Proposition 2.4.3), we knew that lots of basic results in classical functional analysis could be translated to RN spaces.
Recent progress in random metric theory and its applications to conditional risk measures
Name pointcuts may compose types, attributes, functions, variables, or namespaces. Code point cut is an execution point of a function that is repeated in multiple places ia a program [195]. It is possible to mix name pointcuts and code pointcuts within pointcut expression.
Comparative Studies of 10 Programming Languages within 10 Diverse Criteria - a Team 10 COMP6411-S10 Term Report
Generic tokens present a problem for tree building since they represent a set of subtokens. A normal tree building action with single node name will not suffice for a generic token, e.g., replacing ‘+’ with dualop in the above production, there is no single node name that will be correct in all cases.
LR(1) Parser Generation System: LR(1) Error Recovery, Oracles, and Generic Tokens
The other two possible events, namely, H H and T T , are ignored, namely, they do not produce any output symbols.
Efficient Generation of Random Bits from Finite State Markov Chains
We can think of [α]M as storing the type of M amongst the alternative conclusions by giving it the name α - the set of Greek variables is called the set of context variables (or names).
Sound and Complete Typing for lambda-mu
Remark 2.9. G has a good decomposition in either of the cases: (i) G is linear, namely a definable, in M , subgroup of some GL(n, K ), or (ii) G is algebraic, namely of the form H (K )0 for some algebraic group H defined over K .
Connected components of definable groups and o-minimality I
The relation (3) is what usually goes under the name of stability with respect to iterations, whence the name STIT.
Shape-Driven Nested Markov Tessellations
We follow the naming convention which assumes that functions using a true random number generator to produce results have names starting with True and the rest of the name describes the generated ob ject.
Generating and using truly random quantum states in Mathematica
It can be argued as to whether the last name of authors give us the correct clusters, since one name can be expressed differently (e.g.
Development of Computer Science Disciplines - A Social Network Analysis Approach
In this way, the pool of names serves as some fixed-size ‘collective memory’ of the set of suitable names for children and their relative frequencies.
Random copying in space
At any given time, each of the M names in the pool has an equal chance of being the next one to be sampled, and thus to replace some name in the pool.
Random copying in space
In the baby name example, this would correspond to there being some rate at which a completely new name is invented and introduced to the pool, again replacing an instance of an existing name.
Random copying in space
Several years later Kovalevsky introduced the name HIPPARCOS as an acronym for the final satellite, based on the TYCHO/Option A. I had preferred TYCHO which I still considered to be a proper name for an ESA astrometric satellite.
Astrometry during the past 2000 years
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