How To Use Onymous In A Sentence

  • If there was any hope of holding on to even a shred of her dwindling self-respect, she should do exactly what she knew Margo would do—close the laptop, take her de-scrunchied, perfumed, and nearly thonged self down to the nearest club, pick up the first passably good-looking stranger who asked her to dance, and bring him back to the apartment for some safe but anonymous sex. Goodnight Tweetheart
  • Their eponymous album is out now. Times, Sunday Times
  • It likewise furthered the career of Mary Shelley as "The Author of Frankenstein," the rubric under which she continued her anonymous publication with a second novel immersed in medieval Italian history, Valperga: or, The Life and Adventures of Castruccio, Prince of Lucca (1823). Biography
  • The officials and diplomats spoke anonymously because of the delicacy of the negotiations on what tack to take on Iran.
  • By its nature it will be great for political rights management, because it's an enormously penetrative surveillance tool, and it makes it hard to do anything anonymously involving a computer.
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Linguix writing coach
  • Fontaine has prettily set it off, and an anonymous writer has composed it in Latin Anacreontic verses; and at length our Prior has given it with equal gaiety and freedom. Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)
  • For many Africans, the ‘coffin-headed’ black mamba is synonymous with death.
  • Aragon's writings circulated anonymously or under pseudonyms.
  • His work remained hermetically anonymous.
  • BTW … the online article was written long ago and the LJW staff will, I am sure, update it when they have puddleglum (Anonymous) says … kansas redlegs: yeah I know exactly what you mean. LJWorld.com stories: News
  • The attorney for one of the accused denounced what he calls cowardly and anonymous leakers at the Pentagon. CNN Transcript Jun 5, 2006
  • It is a secure, multilingual website on which company employees can anonymously report any bribe demands that they receive. Times, Sunday Times
  • What's interesting about the idea of an anonymous e-mail search engine is that you could search on content keywords and probably get your mail without even remembering your account name.
  • A lack of contrition would be, for example, if the defendant was purporting to express regret for his crimes in the courtroom, but simultaneously sending anonymous tweets to the effect that the trial is a sham, the judge is bought off, etc. The Volokh Conspiracy » More on the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Subpoena to Twitter, Demanding Identification of Anonymous Critic of Corbett’s
  • An anonymous diary dating from the late trecento shows that similar processions were held in late May 1387; twice in 1390, on June 30 and October 16; and again in December 1398.
  • All group members consented to the discussion being taped, and we explained that all material would be made anonymous.
  • For decades Kalahandi has been synonymous with droughts, famines, starvation and poverty.
  • Only in later periods, when Queen Anne was superseded by Colonial Revival and Colonial Imitation, did gambrel roofs become synonymous with Dutch architecture.
  • Conan the Pseudonymous: 1. in order to really train the mind to observe the "suchness" of now, and to incorporate so many ... Savage Minds
  • The donor prefers to remain anonymous.
  • One week after this story was written, the top 20 pop albums in the United States included records by fresh-faced adolescents the Beatles, teen sensation Bob Seger, twentysomething heartthrob Frank Sinatra, a barely-postpubescent but preternaturally-talented Bob Marley, recent high school graduate Rod Stewart, former boy band member Johnny Cash, newly-discovered youth sensation Barry White, and a band whose name is synonymous with "teenage rebellion": Pink Floyd. sirilyan Diary Entry
  • Lanchester's second novel follows a day in the life of its eponymous hero.
  • She remains anonymous throughout, unable to answer, allowing Marlowe to continue to revel in his fantasy.
  • The meetings are anonymous, non-denominational and open to all, men and women and anyone who feels the need is welcome along.
  • No longer the torch-bearer of iconoclasm, the scourge of intellectual hypocrisy, I had become instead mere target practice for Banner Wavers Anonymous.
  • The tech giant will trawl anonymous confidential data to spot people at risk of kidney disease, blood poisoning and organ failure. The Sun
  • Not just the actual sodomites like myself, but the Sapphic Sisterhood, the Hamite Alliance, the League of Heathens and Infidels, Atheists Anonymous, a whole panoply of progressive thinkers, aligned and unaligned, to whom your rant reads as the ethically repugnant ravings of a sociopath, given that it has so little concern for aforesaid "empathy". An Open Letter to John C. Wright
  • The appropriate Anonymous Fellowships for anorexia, bulimia and compulsive overeating exist to help the primary spiritual recovery.
  • Wealth is not necessarily synonymous with happiness.
  • The fresh tale follows the familiar style of the original - the eponymous hero magically transported from a suburban fancy-dress shop to a new world.
  • Part of his genius as a writer is that he reminds us that we are not atomized, anonymous beings in modern life; we affect others in all kinds of ways, all the time.
  • Should we consider known or anonymous donors? The Guide to Lesbian and Gay Parenting
  • By the late 1970s, there were any number of places in San Francisco that gay men could go to have anonymous sex with dozens of partners anight. The Volokh Conspiracy » Here Comes the Soda Tax?
  • The usually industrious midfielder was virtually anonymous throughout. The Sun
  • The band's eponymous debut was recorded in a slapdash fashion.
  • The case involves URA.ru, the largest news agency in the Ural Mountains region, which has been threatened with a shutdown because of anonymous comments made on its Internet forum.
  • For many on the right in the UK, Atlanticism has become synonymous with a self-defeating, virulent Euroscepticism that is bad for Britain. Labour: UK should integrate key defence decisions with Europe
  • Britain's great graffiti artist comments anonymously from the depths of his grey hoodie. Times, Sunday Times
  • For example, in respect of the allegation of greenmailing made against Yukos by Sixsmith's anonymous "analyst", there is an as-yet unpublished book by another author, openDemocracy
  • The last thing we want is for the company to hide behind anonymous spokespeople. Times, Sunday Times
  • He should have hinted darkly at death threats and used many anonymous sources without ever producing any kind of proof.
  • An anonymous benefactor stepped in to provide the prize money.
  • Anonymous said ... mungo is fifty?!?! will the test be worse than knowing that the prez of the united states is younger than you, and will be taking a lot of your money? Celebrating Inauguration Day in Style
  • The appropriate Anonymous Fellowships for anorexia, bulimia and compulsive overeating exist to help the primary spiritual recovery.
  • The area of the Lower Main, for eight decades synonymous with mobsters, hookers, dive bars and steamies, can now be officially known as The Target.
  • Anonymous - but in that case, how come so many men end up with there's no nice way to say this lardy boring ultra-respectable old mingers, who they've deliberately chosen as their life partners over foxier alternatives? Why Modern Women Can't Win With Modern Men
  • Patagium - ia: in Lepidoptera, those sclerites that cover the base of primaries: often used as synonymous with tegula and squamula, q.v.: assigned by some writers to the pro -, by others to the meso-thorax: homologized with the paraptera of meso-thorax. Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
  • If anyone would like to email me with their awkward or embarrassing moments, I can post them here anonymously.
  • The anonymous buyer apparently then consumed the contents of the bottle in one sitting.
  • At the recent Oz Club convention in Fayetteville, New York, there was a discussion of whether stylometry (I remembered the word with the help of my PDA) could identify certain anonymous newspaper articles as the writing of L. Frank Baum. Stylometry for Fun and Profit
  • Neither of these breaches necessarily involves anonymous sources, but that doesn't mean that the issues are not fused in the public's view of news media overall.
  • We discussed Yasmin Alibhai-Brown's concerns that blogging is just 'pub bores' ( see debate on political blogging here on TV), the state of the blog wars, in which both sides have taken a lot of flak, particularly Tim, who has provoked a needed debate about damage done to the image of blogging by lack of basic 'netiquette', and who has been viciously ( anonymously) lambasted for it, which rather proves his original point. Blogger TV again
  • For anyone who has ever been curious about a whole range of sexual behaviors, cybersex offers a private, safe, and anonymous way to explore those fantasies.
  • The residents, who wished to remain anonymous, said that the estate is in a terrible state of disrepair.
  • MR. COLLIER'S anonymous annotator writes "tilled;" but surely this is a very artificial process to be performed by "spongy Notes and Queries, No. 209, October 29 1853 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Geneologists, etc.
  • Late last night, an anonymous resident from Akira Hall had recognized Aya and rekicked to her feed, but by then the fact that she had a name hardly mattered. Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet
  • Young company Waking Exploits are reviving this boisterous comedy and taking it out on tour at a moment in time when people's faith in financial institutions is at an all-time low and the word banker has almost become synonymous with villain. This week's new theatre
  • Letting him go ends any association with an era that is, for many Russians, synonymous with corruption.
  • After years of research, scholars have finally ascribed this anonymous play to Christopher Marlowe.
  • Recipients were told simply that they were receiving an anonymous grant.
  • I had no points of reference, all I remember are androgynous, anonymous feline shapes emerging from barn doors.
  • Regrettably, they have now become somewhat antonymous. Times, Sunday Times
  • But that's not what their eponymous debut album sounded like. Times, Sunday Times
  • So while Henry droned -- and he was a first-class droner -- I tried to imagine him sending an anonymous threat. SUMMER OF SECRETS
  • Fighting, Fighting, and More Fighting:Does the word sibling have to be synonymous with the word fight? Mothering Twins
  • But none of these homonymous duos served simultaneously. The Monster That Ate Congress
  • Ferran has cropped the images and displayed the women anonymously: shapeless, uniformed midsections reflecting stolen identities.
  • But the klieg lights had barely dimmed when anonymous "law enforcement authorities" began attacking the NYPD's case and its methods. New York Police and the FBI Feud Over a Terrorist Case
  • But the top act is the eponymous Triplets, sister divas who sing and swing with tireless exhilaration.
  • For many doctors, retinopathy—microaneurysms, haemorrhages, "hard" lipid exudates, microinfarcts of the retinal nerve fibre layer (cotton wool spots)—is synonymous with diabetes.
  • And then on Halloween, the day after Palin's disgust for various members of the Alaska media bubbled over and caused her, the mother of a daughter who bore a son out of wedlock, to ironically describe these reporters as "corrupt bastards," Palin fumed on Fox News that reporters citing anonymous Republican sources criticizing her in a recent Politico article should "man up" and "cite themselves" so she could publicly debate them. Mary Shannon Little: Man Up Sarah! This Is Your Sister Souljah Moment
  • Although the current consignor is anonymous, this coin was previously in the collections of Dr. Steven Duckor and Jay Brahin. Fresh Material, Pedigrees and September Coin Auctions — Part 2 : Coin Collecting News
  • Methinks the anonymous disruptor is trying to distract us from his/her cowardice. Protesters Demand UVa Contractors Living Wage at cvillenews.com
  • To do that, while simultaneously demanding a right to remain anonymous, defats the purpose of a “petition.” The Volokh Conspiracy » Federal Judge Temporarily Restrains Release of Names of Anti-Domestic-Partnership Petition Signers in Washington States:
  • He rarely referred to them by name, merely as anonymous lackeys laquais. Champlain's Dream
  • Milan though will always be synonymous with style and fashion. Times, Sunday Times
  • Midland City Central was in the business district end of the city centre, full of faceless anonymous buildings and equally bland people.
  • They went out to shoot at the sides of trucks after playing "Grand Theft Auto III," the bestselling PlayStation 2 shoot'em-up that has become synonymous with the controversy over violent video games. THE NEWS BLOG
  • Technology-based bullying would be particularly damaging to victims because online harassers can post pictures or videos anonymously and to large audiences.
  • The buyout is an ignominious end for a business that once employed 30,000 people and was synonymous with doorstep deliveries of milk. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is therefore not at all surprising to find so many workers in other fields of medicine who believe that the terms "psychopathology" and "Freudian psychoanalysis" are synonymous, one and the same thing. The Journal of Abnormal Psychology
  • The Bahamas, and Stuart Cove in particular, have since become synonymous with shark-feeding dives.
  • I now await all the nasty comments from the hitch, newmania, verity and jus'passin'thru and more vulgar than a vulcans vulva...and of course anonymous... Quote of the Day
  • Christian contemporaries, and that their knowledge was mainly confined to mere commercial notation, an anonymous writer has shown how the modifications of form could be naturally made, in vol.ii. of the _Bath and Bristol Magazine_, pp. 393-412.; the motto being _valent quanti valet_, as well as the title professing it to be wholly "conjectural. Notes and Queries, Number 18, March 2, 1850
  • The anonymous call had offered up two names for the Jabelman murder: Iain MacPherson and Tommy somebody.
  • And one anonymous poet exhorted the women of the city to put on your best; in all the colors of the bow be drest. Robert Morris
  • He asked people to send in anonymous postcards (via snail mail) disclosing big secrets in their lives.
  • It's strange that 70s feminists came to use the term "matriarchy" as synonymous with "rule by women" as the Nurse Ratched character might symbolize. "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."
  • Anonymous · December 7th, 2003 at 11:53 am because, again, the author is a heebite, and 50 shekel is a darling of heeb–he played their issue #3 release party. The New Super Jews | Jewschool
  • ‘Un Secret, a movie about ordinary Jewish people in extraordinarily savage times, is a current success with French moviegoers, and Claude Miller, who adapted the film from Philippe Grimbert’s eponymous novel, is surprised. Vitro Nasu » 2008 » January
  • The anonymous buyer apparently then consumed the contents of the bottle in one sitting.
  • These were so continuously misleading and disingenuous that the lawyer politicaster who played such a rôle at Paris seemed despicable to the soldiery, and "rogue of a lawyer" was almost synonymous to the military mind with place-holder and civil ruler. The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte Vol. I. (of IV.)
  • It's sleeker but too anonymous, but the curvy rear is sportier than the saloon. The Sun
  • The very nature of anonymous reports naturally prevented any possibility of retribution against wrong-doers reporting the incident.
  • Anonymous said ... rookie mistake Tyler rookie mistake, always and i mean always offer goods/services (not cash or card) in return for a little bit of rumpy pumpy Tonight, I sleep with a CHAMPION
  • We are not going to get into a commentary on claims from anonymous sources. Times, Sunday Times
  • The process is loosely similar to the confusion/defusion cycles of encryption or the repeated mixing phases used for securely anonymous Internet communications. Unpredictable elections « Isegoria
  • Saturday January 26 2008 and it's 4am at home in Eccleston, a sleepy town in west Lancashire, north of Manchester and west of Liverpool - nowhere in particular, anonymous and unpretentious, which is exactly as I like it. Blogposts | guardian.co.uk
  • Mondes_ a scathing, anonymous criticism of the first dizain of the Honore de Balzac, His Life and Writings
  • Most notably, Area 2 had been home to Detective Jon Burge, a name synonymous in the city with torture in interrogations. Long Way Home
  • In the world of pet bereavement, this is often referred to as "Rainbow Bridge", based on a prose poem written by an anonymous author in the 1980s.
  • We live in a world where the symbols like the (press play ) triangle have become synonymous with time out. The Sun
  • For better or worse, the term "exit" is synonymous with one of two things in a business owner's mind: selling or dying. NYT > Home Page
  • An anonymous private collector who bought the palimpsest for $2 million at auction in 1998 has loaned the manuscript to the Walters Art Museum and is funding the studies.
  • Summing across loci we observe significantly more synonymous substitutions along the D. melanogaster lineage even after correcting for multiple tests.
  • In those days, the LibDems were (in the nicest possible way) regarded as slightly woolly and synonymous with wholemeal bread and unbleached linen.
  • One of those names that comes to mind is a man whose name is synonymous with wrestling.
  • In the 1970s, health-food stores and organic farming were virtually synonymous with the vegetarian diet.
  • The information on 'poetry' I have to advertize, is a bardic prose-poem attributed to Amergin and translated into English first, 1300 years after its composition by an anonymous bard, without title: 'the cauldron of poetry', so called because of the metaphorical conceit in the piece, of poetry being created in a person's three internal cauldrons: Warming, Motion & Wisdom. Poetry: a beautiful renaissance
  • The real surprise was that the eponymous anti-hero isn't the central character.
  • We rely on the works of some 7th century hagiographers and the anonymous writer of the Annals of Ulster for information about his life and activities.
  • The man, who wants to remain anonymous, is believed to have picked up the disease when he lived in Indonesia. Northern Ireland Man Is Diagnosed With Leprosy | Impact Lab
  • All these people, peoples and more dominate Andes; page after page of iconic and anonymous endeavour are laid over the salt-flats, volcanoes, deserts, strangling figs and pampa as Jacobs winds south through the mountains. Andes by Michael Jacobs
  • Since his arrest he has been to Gamblers Anonymous sessions in Bristol in a bid to kick the spiralling habit.
  • An attempt to implant an embryo using an egg from an anonymous woman donor was unsuccessful.
  • Together, the three cases the court cited protect the right to pamphlet and petition anonymously.
  • For the sake of anonymousness, let's name the caller Jay. Safat: The KuwaitBlogs' Aggregator
  • Their eponymous debut album is of a calibre very rarely found in indie music (until this year, seemingly).
  • Well, in a short news release, police officials in Ancona, which is about 300 kilometers to the west from the east side from here, from Rome said that they received an anonymous phone call at around 2: 30 p.m. local time here in Italy. CNN Transcript Jun 12, 2003
  • Are you two anonymous riders privy to the knowledge of the Midnight Rider's name?
  • Aches and pains and sore muscles are almost synonymous with sporting and recreational activities, and just day-to-day living.
  • With dozens of blogging sites to pick from, a teen could choose to be faceless, anonymous and almost untraceable by the people closest to them.
  • What I've been sleeping in for the past two years could be called a teddy, but only if it's understood that the word is not synonymous with a slinky negligee, but strictly a nod to women's nightwear worn during the first Roosevelt administration. Meredith C. Carroll: The Whooping Cough of Aspen Fashion Week
  • According to one employee, who wishes to remain anonymous , the company engaged in illegal activities.
  • He was replaced by an anonymous figure with a number and a surname. The Prisons We Deserve
  • We live in a world where the symbols like the (press play ) triangle have become synonymous with time out. The Sun
  • The two are not necessarily synonymous. Home-ownership - differentiation and fragmentation
  • There are two narrators: Felipe and his anonymous friend who retells the story he was told at the age of twelve by Felipe.
  • But they seem to be sent and received by an anonymous server, which has got several proxies working for it.
  • For favorite evergreen shrubs that can be espaliered, Garland Nursery's Karen Hobson lists the following: waxleaf privet (Ligustrum texanum), cotoneaster parneyi, euonymous japonica (many varieties), loropetalum, ceanothus, and photinia. undefined
  • Cleanliness represented the first step to success and became synonymous with efficiency.
  • The misprinted 1918 ‘Jenny’ stamp was bought by an anonymous collector.
  • Written anonymously, it was published in instalments on the internet and soon became an underground sensation in mainland China's gay community.
  • It was bought by an anonymous bidder. Times, Sunday Times
  • And yet he had to admit he was curious about the anonymous mailer. MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY
  • In this sense it is nearly synonymous with large j and they are often used indiscriminately, but with some difference of meaning .j for as target a term chiefly employedto detiote The Bee, or, Literary weekly intelligencer [microform] : consisting of original pieces and selections from performances of merit, foreign and domestic : a work calculated to disseminate useful knowledge among all ranks of people at a small expense
  • We do not publish anonymous letters, although we may withhold a writer's identify if it is justified.
  • The appropriate Anonymous Fellowships for anorexia, bulimia and compulsive overeating exist to help the primary spiritual recovery.
  • My only clue was a reference, buried in the article, to a book title by this anonymous author.
  • Mathewson politely suggested that long tenures were not necessarily synonymous with a lack of independence.
  • As for the member of Alcoholics Anonymous, there could be no compromise solution: it was either total abstinence or total relapse.
  • I don't like the idea of someone being hounded by anonymously sourced allegations in the press.
  • They held him for more than five months until an anonymous donor paid his ransom. Christianity Today
  • Do you have a copy of the Alcoholics Anonymous book?
  • Anonymous said ... this is silly of me, but the other thing i remember is that grandma served beef & noodles over home-made mashed potatoes for grandpa. she did not for laura usually. and she would never have put wine in her beef & noodles! love, mom Grandma's Beef & Noodles
  • It called the threat a "bad miscalculation", and appeared to goad Anonymous to action, with the phrase "bring it! BBC News - Home
  • The department responded Tuesday to an anonymous complaint that a caregiver at Noah's Ark Nursery and Preschool in Jefferson City was taping babies' mouths shut.
  • Anonymous trolls have subjected victims to vicious and long-running campaigns of threats and harassment. Times, Sunday Times
  • The best defense against being Google anonymous is a good offense.
  • An anonymous businesswoman donated one million dollars to the charity.
  • He was a competent woodsman and would have had no problem traveling inland through the bush and back into mainland civilization anonymously.
  • Asia minor(A peninsula of western Asia between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. It is generally coterminous with Asian Turkey and is usually considered synonymous with Anatolia.
  • Anonymous said ... she had no brain with beauty. after devorced she proved herself she was not gd character leady what she acted in the movie. from my point of view she was good actress but not good humanbeing. Anu Choudhury - The Star of Orissa
  • The force received an anonymous tip-off and began investigating.
  • We just got an anonymous tip that Google's been 'hacked' - sure enough, visitors of the company's Bangladesh search site TechCrunch
  • Of course, that would have to be by anonymous vote.
  • Stetson, her latest novel, is told from the first person voice of its eponymous character.
  • Anonymous sources told gossip websites that the relationship is serious. Times, Sunday Times
  • We used results from the unlinked anonymous dried blood spot survey to estimate the number of births in England to women infected with HIV.
  • It involves sending anonymous text messages to other phones via Bluetooth short-range radio.
  • Some say Bitcoins are being used to buy illegal drugs online via shadowy markets that exploit both the effectively untraceable Bitcoins and the anonymous way they can be traded.
  • You know what the problem, you little anonymous pansy, is with reflexively jumping to defend anyone accused of racism? Matthew Yglesias » Charles Murray Sees Nonwhite People
  • She had an anonymous letter last night, and tried to burn it before I could see it.
  • However, there was no evidence that the officer had any contact with that tipster, so to him the tipster was anonymous.
  • There is in the penumbra of the USA Patriots Act the rendition of prisoners, the detention of however many anonymous suspects without even the pretense of due process, not to mention legal representation, the perpetual suspension of civil liberty, a new blatancy. Victor Navasky: The Difference Between Being Opinionated (Bad) and Having an Opinion (Good)
  • Some require anonymous donors who perceive their role as similar to that of blood donors.
  • Anonymous said ... thanks for the clarification - a relief to know! and totally unrelated: who makes up the code words - Phomma etc? they sound too much like real words - maybe esperanto? Rachel's last look around
  • anonymous authors
  • Commissioner Fivaz described opposition from what he called anonymous police officials and certain police unions to the impending shake-up in the South African Police Service, as disappointing. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Villa Traful is a green, hilly private valley bordering the spectacular homonymous lake. Pepe Escobar: Patagonia: The End of the World Is on Sale
  • Anonymous, unpresuming spaces: backyards, little squares, impasses, narrow streets and alleyways.
  • This book is an engaging, humane and personal account of a fascinating, courageous, anonymous and uncelebrated group of Soviet patriots who just happened to be women.
  • In the novel, scenes of daily hardship alternate with those of stronger historical forces colliding: officers of the secret police rounding up suspected counter-revolutionaries as the city's inhabitants starve; ragged soldiers fighting without adequate ammunition or food; officials studying the files of suspects and reading anonymous denunciations through the night in the only heated building in the city; ambitious party bureaucrats eliminating their enemies; idealistic revolutionaries explaining away gross injustices as "historical necessity. The Revolutionary Novelist
  • We start with the statement of a “fact” and we’re left with a disavowal from the also anonymous Teddy. Waldo Jaquith - You’re never anonymous on the internet.
  • The scholiast to the _De Corona_ of Demosthenes [191] says that the "hieron" of Calamites, an eponymous hero, was close to the The American Journal of Archaeology, 1893-1
  • She remains anonymous throughout, unable to answer, allowing Marlowe to continue to revel in his fantasy.
  • But after a series of disasters, its name has become synonymous with delays and poor advice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then a letter arrives, on pink notepaper, from an anonymous woman who claims to have known Don 20 years previously.
  • scallawag" as I dote on him you also will declare that our anonymous poet has not wrought ill. The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac
  • In the Quran, the opposite of being grateful is defined by the term disbelief, which is synonymous to being ungrateful. WN.com - Financial News
  • Its eponymous hero is caught between the purity of art and the pleasures of love. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thus the ratio of the proportions of deleterious mutations and nonsynonymous sites to that at synonymous sites is 6.6: 1.
  • Every time you went through a door into a classroom or a door in the corridor you had to swipe your card through an electronic card reader, and this was logged into an anonymous grey hard drive in the cellar and stored for posterity.
  • She now has a couple statues in her honor, is included in all Indian history textbooks, met Flashman a couple times, and is so synonymous with being an asskicking chick that when the Indian National Army put together an all-female infantry unit during World War II they had the good sense to name it after her. Reward Excellence, Shun Hypocrisy
  • There is mention of this meal in the report of Archdeacon Theodosius and in the anonymous little work called "The Jerusalem Breviary, " as also in subsequent writings.
  • It is a sound we hear again later in the cycle - in Siegfried, Act I, Scene iii - when the eponymous hero reforges his father's shattered sword Notung.
  • In our country, patriotism is synonymous with royalism. Times, Sunday Times
  • What's the point of talking about paid work giving a parent an ‘opportunity for self-development’ if that work is the anonymous, thankless job of a cleaner or catering assistant?
  • 'The painter must be anonymous, a servant,' he says, feelingly.
  • The man was arrested after an anonymous tip-off.
  • It's an invaluable source of movie info, but like any site with anonymous user reviews, it's easily abused.
  • He censures the cruelty of slave masters, the dodges of legacy hunters, and the meanness of the wealthy, but the targets of his criticisms are normally anonymous.
  • It is the name synonymous with the nation's favourite sauce and one of the best-known brands in the world. Heinz left playing tomato catch-up after ketchup tasting trouncing
  • Anonymous talks about things like Link killing a tektite and how nothing philosophically significant should be extracted from such things. Response to Gamers and Others Concerning the Zelda Book
  • Further, he had agreed never to quote the man, even as an anonymous source.
  • Hard - cover : Book sellers'term to mean case - bound book as distinguish from soft - cover . Synonymous with Hardback.
  • This first eponymous full-length cd by Crash Berlin rests on a base of 80's breakbeat delivering songs in styles ranging from rap to spacey chill-out.
  • The eponymous hero is played by the blue-eyed Peter O'Toole.
  • Bayini Ngai Mpo Na Yo," from Franco's first session under his own name, might sound quaint next to the faster, sophisticated soukous with which his work later became synonymous. Lost tracks: "Roots of OK Jazz, Congo Classics 1955-1956"
  • This incident happened overnight between Monday and Tuesday. nAnyone with any information should call Spalding police station, quoting incident number 26 of October 20, on 01775 722233, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111. undefined

Report a problem

Please indicate a type of error

Additional information (optional):

This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy