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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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However, it's worth noting that the Galaxy X moniker is also being linked to Samsung's long-rumored foldable phone, which is now expected to make its debut early next year.
They chose the traditional name amid a culture of bizarre monikers which has seen names like Loki and Thor overtake Gary in the popularity stakes.
The moniker came about during the 1950s when there was more Norsemen aircraft flying around Red Lake than anywhere else in the world.
Fortunately an in-house contest has been initiated in hopes of getting a new moniker for the agency in a week or two.
The journalistic usefulness of the moniker ensured that it would stick, and a rash of shows under that loose rubric have appeared over the years.
Wadsworth's actions saved the charter and earned the tree its long-held moniker.
Checking the department's gang database, the detective investigating the shooting discovers that Creeper is the moniker for a gang member who previously has been seen riding in the car involved in the shooting.
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After months of making everyone believe that Apple is debuting an iPhone 7-named smartphone during its September event, photos of a different iPhone that goes by a different moniker has landed online, courtesy of a Chinese leaker.
But, in January 2002, 'Footballers Wives' - with a central character named Chardonnay - started on UK TV and in 2002, the moniker reached 519 in the charts and by 2003 Chardonnay was at 372.
Faye added: "Parents need to think about everything that comes attached to an unusual moniker as it can definitely shape a child's experiences.
Viewers had grown fond of adult Apprentices addressing the self-made millionaire by the moniker in tensionpacked boardroom tussles.