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use "namesake" in a sentence
Arcade Publishing, Charleston, SC 2007. p.7 ISBN 0738543829 The namesake
of the islands is Henry Hooper.
Cannonbot grew a second, cannon-shaped head that was his namesake
In Halo, the namesake
ring-world also occupies a Lagrange point between fictional planet
or another, namely
the infamous Magdalen Laundries.
Many of the world's largest marketing and advertising agencies started off as direct marketing specialist agencies, namely
Carlson Marketing, GyroHSR, Proximity and Iris Nation.
Another myth is that of the water bull who appears from the depths with - Other tales talk of solitary walkers who have been dragged to their death, and of fairies, namely
the Welsh Tylwyth Teg.
Bhinwa Ram had five son namely
It is considered a cross-cultural study which also involves cross disciplines, namely
… Twelve hours did the heavens thus move in darkness; and then God commanded, and there appeared, light to this upper horizon,-namely
, to that where Eden should be planted.
Holland, pp310 315 The message also had a secondary purpose, namely
that in the event of an Allied defeat, the Athenians would probably receive some degree of mercy from Xerxes (having indicated their readiness to submit).
These works were not accumulating points that would be credited to Jesus' people; rather, they were vocation fulfilling acts that prepared the way for the one Man's righteous act namely
his death on the cross.
The two adjoining schools, namely
, But San School and Hoh Fuk Tong College, were also proposed to be demolished in the redevelopment scheme.
XVIII, p. 188), this must have been in November 537 namely
3,000 Isaurians and 1,800 cavalry.
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