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anonymous

(ă-non′ĭ-mŭs) [Gr. anōnymos, nameless]
1. Unidentified or unnamed.
2. Shielded from the view of others; private.
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It can be great solace to someone who has suffered the same when you anonymously share online the experience you may have had as a victim of child abuse, racial or religious discrimination, or an inherited medical condition.
"Knowing I can now register anonymously and not lose out on the right to vote will make me, and other people in my situation, feel a lot safer."
Students use it to answer multiple choice questions anonymously via handheld devices, and the immediate results allow for better customization of the library instruction.
The trip was not completed, after all." An Israeli official in charge of processing unidentified bodies adds, more philosophically: "Sometimes we live anonymously and are buried anonymously."
7, anonymously leave your secret pal small gifts on her desk each day.
Information can be provided anonymously by email to tips@pcaobus.org, or by telephoning 800.741.3158.
Since 1974 the Laban Centre and its activities have been hidden away somewhat anonymously in London's southbank district of New Cross.
Max Havelaar was the title of an epoch-making Dutch novel (in the line of Uncle Tom's Cabin), published anonymously by a colonial civil servant in 1860, but it is now the name of a foundation that works to encourage fair trade (see Lead Story).
They also can anonymously post their resumes, as well as save and organize job postings to which they've applied.
A US federal judge has ruled that the families of those who died or were injured in the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks cannot sue airlines and airport security companies anonymously because of the high level of public interest.
On January 10, 1776 Thomas Paine anonymously wrote and published his treatise on independence.