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Alias

A pseudonym or fake name. An alias may be used when one is intending to commit identity theft or otherwise defraud another.
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He spread his maps, he had to talk, and so he delivered a lecture on the naval situation to Bert.
Kurt fretted like an imprisoned animal about the airship, now going up to the forward gallery under the eagle, now down into the swinging gallery, now poring over his maps.
Harris drew out his map again, after a while, but the sight of it only infuriated the mob, and they told him to go and curl his hair with it.
And this is the story which the poet-priest, Walter Map, used to give new life and new glory to the tales of Arthur.
We had landed, and I now stood upon the spot where, according to my map, a large city should rear its spires and chimneys.
Usually I bring several of these books with me upon a cruise, and this time, among others, I have maps of Europe and her surrounding waters.
Now in this map we see that the reefs tinted pale and dark-blue, which have been produced by the same order of movement, as a general rule manifestly stand near each other.
I have marked with vermilion spots all the many known active volcanos within the limits of this same map.
Now she thought of the map of Africa; of empires; of her father; of the two supreme nations, streams of whose life warmed her blood, but, mingling, had cooled her brain.
Hump, if you will look on the west coast of the map of Norway you will see an indentation called Romsdal Fiord.
Even from my distant position by the door I could make out, by the shape of the blue part representing the water, that it was a map of the Baltic provinces.
To take them, they had glasses; to correct them, maps.