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alias

Informatics
A secondary or symbolic name for a file or computer peripheral (device).
 
Molecular biology
An alternative symbol or name for part of the sequence of a known gene that resembles names for other anonymous DNA segments—e.g., D6Mit236 is an alias for Cftr.
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Every moniker is unique to the gang member, who will defend it with vigor.
The disposition of SnapNames will have no negative effect on the customer experience of the Moniker clients.
Moniker and Domain Capital will offer financing to leverage domain purchases made at this event or for other transactions.
We are pleased to have been chosen as the exclusive brokerage and auction platform for these rare Dot TK Registry owned domain names," Craig Snyder, CEO of Moniker and SnapNames said.
Pet Owners Continue Trend of Giving Pets Human Monikers
3 -- 4) Above, a tagging suspect who goes by the moniker ``Hazzard'' talks with his mother after being taken into custody Thursday morning at his Canyon Country home by sheriff deputies, below.
s domain sales arm, NameQuiver, co-brokered the sale at the Moniker premium domain auction held at the recent DOMAINfest Europe event in Barcelona, Spain.
Moniker will host an extended online auction in conjunction with the live events in Amsterdam, offering thousands of additional names.
Since then, the FBI's bank robbery coordinator has assigned a moniker to every serial bank bandit in the seven-county area that encompasses metropolitan Los Angeles.
com auctions, we are providing users (both businesses and individuals) a more convenient way to acquire the domains they want, when they want them," said Craig Snyder, CEO of Moniker and SnapNames.
com, selected Moniker and SnapNames to be the exclusive auctioneer and broker for the name.
As an ongoing supporter of dotMobi, Moniker is pleased to feature its premium domain names at our auctions," said Monte Cahn, CEO of Moniker.