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  • Exemples de name
    1. But the real Hitchcock fan will also be intrigued by the atypical, nonsuspense films that Hitchcock directed before his brand name had completely come together.
    2. The best bit is the most obscure: When Vivien announces her plans to stay temporarily with a local antiques dealer, Ethel Mae Potter, only “Lucy” obsessionists may recognize Ethel Mertz’s maiden name.
    3. Party chief Low Thia Khiang said that, while they support the name change to honour Encik Yusof, "we cannot square with the change(s) that are being 'tompang' (piggybacked) with the name change."
    4. Beating up on shitpuddles like you is comparable to a basic food group in alt.peeves, and you're just a name at the end of the list.
    5. Conceived in that journey, I was born in space. A child so birthed in desolations, homeless between yestermorrow and noon's midnight must have a proper name.
    6. In the case of nasal natural killer (NK)/T-cell lymphoma, which frequently occurs in the nasal sinuses, prominent polymorphous proliferation of lymphocytes is present, and that is evident by its former name, polymorphic reticulosis.
    7. Instead of Punta Cana, its name for the last 27 years, the restaurant was now called Casa de Campo — the same as an ultraluxe resort in the Dominican Republic.
    8. Each team will have 30 minutes (or some fixed about of time) to plan and create a Pecha Kucha on [name a particular topic]
  • Exemples de names
    1. The offerings have names like Kerala murukku —— savory pinwheels made from rice flour and gram (chickpea) flour, spiced with onion, cumin and chili.
    2. Stop calling me names! ‎
    3. Then we have people who use a nom de clavier, but whose real names are known to many of us.
    4. (Mr. Kibwana): On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir. Is it in order for Mr. Omingo, who seems to relish in calling me names, to suggest that the national dress of Kenya is a pajama?
    5. The Old Norse given names Þorsteinn and Þorgeirr both contain the prototheme Þor- ("Thor-").
    6. The Jewish pseudepigrapha bear the names of Old Testament patriarchs, kings, or prophets.
    7. Prepending text to function names can act as a pseudonamespace.
    8. Refer to me as Robinette, to Horsford as Racecraft, and to yourself as Grover. Have you clinched the names?” “Sure,” Towndrow growled. “Racecraft is the only one we've not used before.” “Right,” said Rennison. “The position of the taxi...
    9. The names in question are George A. Romero and Stephen King, with the former having adapted three of the latter's stories for this omnibus snoozefest which is utterly lacking in chills or thrills.
  • Exemples de named
    1. He also had a son named Dave who thought milking a pretty tough job, and who imagined he was getting weak-handed and on the way to milker's paralysis.
    2. They came out of the village accompanied by the one of the notables of the village, named Hadji Constantinou, and by one Moslem tchaous (gendarme) who was armed.
    3. The best-characterized yeast prionogenic proteins are Sup35 and Ure2p, which, in their aggregated state, form two cytosolic inheritable elements named PSI+ and URE3, respectively.
    4. These hyphal coils develop into pre-fruiting bodies named protoperithecia within 5 days.
    5. Isolates with indistinguishable profiles were attributed with a pulsotype named by a capital letter (A to H).
    6. Further complicating matters is an attractive, semieducated globetrotter from Westchester named Peggy Whitton, who has an affair with Mehta.
  • Exemples de naming
    1. 1989: ‘By God, you speak our British language, as we must now call it since the new naming of our kingdom, with a fine accent and fluminous smoothness,’ Dick Burbage said. — Anthony Burgess, The Devil's Mode
    2. According to anthropology, there are six basic patterns of kinship terminology (i.e., "kin naming systems"): Sudanese, Hawaiian, Eskimo, Crow, Omaha, and Iroquois.
    3. Wikipedia article on the naming of organic compounds.
    4. Wikipedia article on the naming of inorganic compounds.
    5. “I have 60 different lachenalias, 10 different freesias, 25 moraeas,” Mr. Canning said, naming a few of his beauties, which, mixed in with big pots of camellias, will bloom from now through March.
    6. naming the problem
    7. The Red Book is the standard reference book for those naming inorganic chemical compounds.
    8. To alleviate the problem of naming genes, reannotation of genes and proteins using a set of common, controlled vocabulary to describe a gene or protein is necessary.
Liens Connexes:
  1. en named
  2. en names
  3. en namely
  4. en namesake
  5. en nameplate
Source: Wiktionnaire
Difficulté: Niveau 1
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Définition: Niveau 9
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