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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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Anon will be performed at Newhampton Arts Centre in Wolverhampton (01902 572090) on March 25 and Birmingham's mac (0121 446 3232) on March 26.
Sara Lian Owen (left), Claire Wild (top), Ronke Adekoluejo (above) and (below) other cast members, in rehearsals for the new Welsh National Opera production Anon, which comes to Birmingham's mac on March 25
Anon hears a woman singing a fragment of a familiar song.
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Anon ON bedroom tax, I own my threebedroom home and want to downsize.
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ANON * IN answer to a spleen, August 12, David Cameron doesn't want to ban hoodies or face masks but wants to give the police more powers to remove hoodies and face masks from the yobbos.
Anon IDS said in opposition he would help the poorest in society.
I SYMPATHISE with the confusion of Anon (Spend cash on UK first, Your shout, April 11), but with time, effort and a little reading, Anon will realise the 1997-2010 Labour government - particularly Blair, Brown, Balls and Darling - inflicted considerable damage on the UK economy making it incapable of being resilient in a major financial crisis.
ANON POLITICAL pundits want to put Gordon Brown in the dock over the Lockerbie bomber but since we haven't managed to get Tony Blair into the dock over the misery of Iraq, it seems a pointless exercise.
Anon NOT everyone being summoned to Atos in Cadogan Street, Glasgow, is a workshy freeloader, as Del the cabbie says.