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In the beginning, it was very exciting seeing my name,'' said Blowitz, 31.
Paul, while John Paul I and John Paul II chose their names to honor the legacy of the two popes of the Second Vatican Council.
There's no question that Rivkin and Sutherland have thought long and deeply about brand names, and they offer more than a few insights.
The person whose moods the house takes on, however, never had a name even when she was alive.
Blue Cross & Blue Shield United of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, changed its name to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wisconsin.
Such a binomial system for species names would also have the advantage of clearly distinguishing between the species name written in italics (Measles morbillivirus) and the common, nonitalicized virus name, measles virus.
Names can refer to things other than cell ranges or formulas, such as percentages.
Most names are descriptive, and a big chunk of the rest of them are honorific," explains bee specialist Doug Yanega of the University of California, Riverside.
com was sued by Amazon Books, a small California bookstore that had been operating under the name Amazon for years, long before the Website went online.
While corporations throughout the world are racing to secure good names, the Internet community is still fighting over the governance of domain names.
Wong, however, had already registered that address, or domain name, for a site of his own, apparently dedicated to mountain biking.
I wonder if our readers have some favorite company or product names that tickle their funny bones.