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A wealthy individual who provides a great deal of capital that underwrites the activities of Lloyd's of London. Names spread risk of insurance among themselves along with corporations. For most of Lloyd's centuries-long history, names had unlimited liability for any losses associated with being a name. Lloyd's introduced names with limited liability in 1994, and they have become increasingly important.
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But the National Hurricane Center began giving human names to its charges in 1953.
Over the centuries the most popular papal names have been John (23 popes), Gregory (16), Benedict (16), Clement (14), Innocent (13), and Pius (12); the last original moniker taken by a pope was Lando (913-914).
Gainesville, Fla,, changed its name to Tower Hill Prime Insurance Co.
Dropping one's slave name and renaming oneself to begin life anew as a free person was often the first act of a former slave: Frederick Douglass and Sojourner Truth are examples.
Initially, these were abbreviations for the common names of viruses (32,33), but subsequently they were published as abbreviations for the names of virus species (34,35).
For instance, you can create a name, such as TaxRate, and have it refer to 30% as a constant.
And when John Stocker, the former leader of Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, learned that he had been honored with Telanepsia stockeri, the name give to a moth that eats koala dung, he issued a thank you of remarkable sportsmanship.
You don't have to be up and running to register your domain name or trademark.
And what easier action on the part of web-host than to give people any name of their choice?
In terms of the DHL trade name sale, the sale price was increased from the $20 million that had been agreed to by the parties to $600 million.
As you may not be aware, some `useful' domain names can fetch as much as six figures or more," the elder Wong e-mailed Morgan Stanley.
HAL: I don't know how much HP paid its consultants to come up with the name "Agilent," but you'd think somebody involved would have done a careful search before they registered that name and, in any case, it's an awful lot like "Taligent.