I filled in my name where the promptappeared on the computerscreen but my account wasn't recognized.
The telltalesign of a pseudointellectual is the superficialsprinkling and misuse of termslike "paradigm shift" and namedropping
Hispaintinghisname of my car was more than regrettable, it was criminal.
Bartendersusuallyknow their regulars by name.
[ … ] Antonio Vivaldi ’s name is synonymous with seaswept Venice [ … ] .
However, most of DHT systemsfocusstrictly on handlingsemantics-free, large-granularityrequests for objects by identifier (typically a name). They are limited to caching, pre-fetching, or pushing of content at the objectlevel
John Hancock is famous for being the firstsignatory to the AmericanDeclaration of Indepence, and for writing his namelarge.
It was written by a fellownamedHans S. Tommerholt, and I apologize to you all, but there's actually a slashy thing through the first "o" in his lastname,
Wellmonarchiesmayown religion's name, / But states are atheists in their very fame.
1989: ‘By God, you speak our Britishlanguage, as we mustnowcall it since the newnaming of our kingdom, with a fineaccent and fluminous smoothness,’ Dick Burbage said. — AnthonyBurgess, The Devil's Mode
According toanthropology, there are sixbasicpatterns of kinshipterminology (i.e., "kin naming systems"): Sudanese, Hawaiian, Eskimo, Crow, Omaha, and Iroquois.
Wikipedia article on the naming of organic compounds.
Wikipedia article on the naming of inorganic compounds.
“I have 60 different lachenalias, 10 different freesias, 25 moraeas,” Mr. Canningsaid, naminga few of his beauties, which, mixed in with bigpots of camellias, will bloom from now through March.
naming the problem
The Red Book is the standardreference book for those naminginorganicchemical compounds.
To alleviate the problem of naminggenes, reannotation of genes and proteinsusing a set of common, controlled vocabulary to describe a gene or protein is necessary.