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The school’s new moniker garnered praise from Harry Belafonte, a fellow Hollywood legend and longtime friend of Poitier.
She earned the name “Trash Queen” while completing her Harvard thesis on solid waste management, a moniker she wears with pride.
THE WOMEN RESHAPING THE C-SUITENICK FOURIEZOSJANUARY 24, 2021OZY
There’s something about being able to shed all the monikers we parents have all had to take on this year for just an hour, where I get to focus completely on myself, or at least, not hurting myself, and re-experience something I loved.
Antifa is a moniker, not a single group with a clear organizational structure or leader, and no cases could be found in which someone who self-identifies as antifa led violent acts at protests across the country.
THE BIGGEST PINOCCHIOS OF 2020GLENN KESSLERDECEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The Cleveland team, which has moved away from its cartoonish tribal chief logo and had earlier announced plans to reconsider its moniker, didn’t immediately comment to the Times.
The so-called advanced persistent threat group goes under the monikers APT32 and OceanLotus.
He was an early angel investor in Google, Airbnb, Square, and Pinterest, earning the moniker of one of tech’s “super angels.”
The moniker of “disruption,” derived from his idea, took on a life of its own.
They were to ask for the householder's 'straight moniker'—Mr. Merston.
This laconic epitome of a gigantic event had crystallized into a moniker for Carson, and he became solely "Death-on-the-trail."
BULLDOG CARNEYW. A. FRASER

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