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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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Another newspaper report (Anon 1905: 8) of wombats concerned a property at Spring Creek, some 42 km due north of Warrnambool:
Anon presenta aqui la transcripcion de la parte castellana del libro XII de Sahagun, "El doceno libro trata de como los espanoles conquistaron a la ciudad de Mexico" a partir de un triple cotejo: el codice Florentino, la version de Angel Ma.
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.
Composer Erollyn Wallen (left) was shocked that the themes a 1731 book were still pertinent today and (below left) Shin-Fei Chen in rehearsals for Anon
ANON: You dream the face of the one person you love.
Anon tells me: "You and your colleagues have contributed to the national mood of cynicism."
(8.) Anon., "ASTM Designation E412-87--test methods for rubber property in tension," 1994 Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Section 9 Rubber, Vol.
By these actions, all Internet users have been made aware that they might want to avoid remailers like anon.penet.fi that retain copies of incoming identification information if they want more protection from the forces of the "real world" in Finland or elsewhere.
"We can't give any specific forecast for Montara project as we are in the process of choosing a construction company and assessing insurance costs," Anon said.
Anon MILIBAND and Labour won't get the keys to Downing Street.
IN response to the letter from Anon in Vent Your Spleen, who wrote about the Queen's Speech on Saturday, December 24.
Anon I'M all for giving to charity but it's a bit much when they call up to pressurise you.