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  • 41name-dropping — ame dropping n. The practice of casually mentioning important people in order to impress one s listener. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 42Name All the Animals — is a 2004 memoir by Alison Smith, detailing the aftermath of the death of her eighteen year old brother. While attending Our Lady of Mercy High School, a Catholic high school, Smith developed an eating disorder, lost her faith in God and realized …

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  • 43Name and Shame — is a practice to discourage some kinds of activity (generally anti social or criminal) by publishing the names of those involved. The term was coined by British newspapers in the 1980s.It has been used variously against customers of prostitutes,… …

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  • 44Name That Tune — war eine Fernsehsendung, die in den USA erstmals 1953 ausgestrahlt wurde. Je 2 Kandidaten traten gegeneinander an, um den Titel und Interpreten eines Liedes zu erkennen. Dabei durfte derjenige zuerst raten, der in einem Duell der beiden… …

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  • 45Name Elhadji Nbdoulaye — est un footballeur sénégalais né le 10 septembre 1982 à Dakar. Carrière 2004 06 : AS Douanes  Senegal !Sénégal 2006  : CD Feirense …

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  • 46Name server — Сервер имен специальный веб сервер, осуществляющий отображение доменных имен в IP адреса (и наоборот). См. также: Серверы имен Серверы Интернет Домены Финансовый словарь Финам …

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  • 47Name eines Verhältnisses — Name eines Verhältnisses, so v.w. Exponent 2) …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 48name brand — n. 1. a well known brand or trademark 2. a product bearing such a brand or trademark * * * …

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  • 49Name change — For name changes within the Wikipedia community, see Wikipedia:Changing username. For name changes of places rather than persons, see Geographical renaming. Name change certificate issued by Christian X of Denmark in 1917 Name change generally… …

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  • 50Name day — A Swedish calendar page from 1712 with name days listed A name day is a tradition in many countries in Europe and Latin America that consists of celebrating the day of the year associated with one s given name. The custom originated with the… …

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