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al·ter ego

Another side of oneself; a second self.
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"The growth of alter ego suits tends to coincide with an industry being under financial stress," said lawyer Thomas Kennedy, who represented Local 46 and has fought several alter ego lawsuits.
Nicoletta Peruzzo from Alter Ego Italy, said: "Alter Ego Italy's global reputation, backed by our 25 years of experience and specialised expertise in hair care and the latest hair coloring technology is well known."
He said that the 35-year-old TV personality would scream that her alter ego was coming out and would crawl around on all fours.
The court granted the defendants' motion to dismiss the FDIC's gross negligence, alter ego, single-business enterprise and joint-venture claims, and a portion of the breach of contract claim.
Dubbed The Governator when he first ran for governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger is now adopting the character as a comic book alter ego.
WIZARD OF OZ: Barry Humphries' alter ego Dame Edna Everage
The Duke is the alter ego of Biffy Clyro frontman Simon Neil and guitarist JP Reid of Sucioperro.
In 1961 Jerry Bails and Roy Thomas launched ALTER EGO, the first fanzine to cover the history of comic books, and "Alter Ego: The Best of the Legendary Comics Fanzine" gathers the original 11 issues published between 1961-78, including illustrated interviews with Gail Kane and others.
Alter ego. A related theory is that the member firm (or umbrella entity) may be essentially the alter ego of another member firm.
In a supernatural but workable twist, the alter ego he creates online comes to life and causes enormous havoc in David's life.
On appeal, the Fifth Circuit considered several theories which can bind a non-signatory to an arbitration agreement: i.e., agency, alter ego, estoppel, and third-party beneficiary.