The actual surname
Wettin was not used or altered even as it passed from the original House of Wettin to the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
The full model used all available information, including the 2010 Census tract race/ethnicity percentages, surname
race percentages, insurance types, dummy variable for father missing, and mothers' age, while the reduced model did not include the last three demographic variables.
"We have issued an instruction to our officials to ask the spouses what their preferred surname
is that Korea has a really, really unusual set of surnames
Eight years later, the couple reached a compromise, and their four children all used the surname
The Court of Appeal, in a written judgment released on July 25, last year held that a Muslim child conceived out of wedlock could bear his or her father's surname
instead of 'Abdullah'.
It is not altogether surprising, then, that few couples deviate from the customary surname
practice at marriage when the law has explicitly and implicitly worked against such a choice for the past few centuries; the current framework formally and informally prefers inegalitarian naming conventions.
THE most common surnames
in England have been broken down by county - and it certainly makes for interesting reading.
Adding the cost of just one additional surname
makes the service more expensive than any other country, its research found.
The pair took to their respective social media accounts and posted an illustration of a locker room, stating their surnames
In buying nearly 50 million records from the state with the nation's second largest Hispanic population, a researcher for the White House panel checked a box on two Texas public voter data request forms explicitly asking for the "Hispanic surname
flag notation," to be included in information sent to the commission, according to copies of the signed and notarized state forms.
But after the nuptials, will Meghan's surname