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anonymity

 [an″o-nim´ĭ-te]
protection of the subjects in a research study so that their identity cannot be linked with their individual responses, even by the researcher; see also confidentiality.

a·no·n·ym·i·ty

(an'ŏ-nim'i-tē)
Protection of participants in a study or report so that even the researchers or authors cannot link specific respondents with the information provided.
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The same year saw Gascoigne's most ambitious bid for preferment with the entertainments written for Elizabeth's visit to Leicester's Kenilworth estate, later published anonymously.
After the letters we find a reprint of Caminer's article in defense of free thought, "Ricerche sommesse intorno ad alcuni dei Riflessi giusti e necessari" (317-336), which appeared in the Giornale Enciclopedico in 1779, in answer to Lodovico Barbieri's Riflessi giusti e necessari sul Giornale Enciclopedico, a pamphlet he published anonymously, in which he accused Caminer of spreading antireligious ideas and evil habits in her periodical.
It was published anonymously in 1857 to enthusiastic reviews from contemporary writers including Charles Dickens and William Thackeray.
The author of the text, unknown to Levinas since the work had several times been published anonymously, is Zvi Kolitz.
If Twain and Warner staked out these themes for the mass reading public, Henry Adams sharpened and refined them for his cultivated East Coast peers in Democracy, which he published anonymously in 1880.
Selected responses will be published anonymously in a future issue of UNITS.
Citing tracts and treatises regularly published anonymously, he presents the changing notions of civility and whether it was considered a natural part of human relations or an artificial concept based on flattery and dissimulation.
His book was published anonymously, and at first the CIA allowed him to grant interviews to promote it so long as he was not publicly identified by name.
But its core offering remained interesting little stories from the front lines of drug interdiction, written in detached prose and published anonymously.
Basola's treatise was first published anonymously in 1785 in Livorno, then again several times with its author still unknown.
On the other hand, many drama programs and texts were published anonymously, because the teacher--writer did not consider himself a playwright because of the rules of Ratio Studiorum (the famous Jesuit curriculum).
It might interest readers to see the attached ditty which was published anonymously in The Motor in 1904.