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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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"Traditionally, royal names are very constrained with only a certain set of monikers to choose from.
And to this day, if we want to order the yummiest pancit in the barrio, we go to Aling Naty, who lives in a compound called Patisan, the moniker of the Lazanas family.
| Donna - now the 4,936th most popular name in the UK, a mere four baby girls were given the moniker Donna last year.
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He says the new name symbolises the help God gave him during tough times and says he can't wait to begin signing his artwork with the new moniker.
It's all about "Liz Taylor," local speak for Fort Zachary Taylor Beach; the moniker alone proves the positive permeation of pink-think on the place.
Mercedes has introduced a number of active safety features in recent years under its PRE-SAFE moniker. The 2007 CL-Class, for example, features a braking system that automatically applies partial braking during certain types of emergencies.
Despite the moniker, it fired a bullet of .400" diameter.
But he has a super friend: Captain Fearless, who mentors Josh and gives him the moniker Chance Fortune, stating that his luck is superhuman.
The recent purchase of Rapra by Smithers Scientific Services might make the city leaders revisit the rubber moniker. Akron also has the University of Akron.
The obvious bias in the article is clearly shown by the use of the moniker, "The War Between the States,"--a clear term of sympathy for the Confederacy and anger toward the North.