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NAMESNorth American Model Engineering Society
NAMESNational Association for Medical Equipment Services
NAMESNational Association of Medical Equipment Suppliers (Washington, DC)
NAMESNative American Multicultural Education School (Denver, CO)
NAMESNew Alliance for Middle East Solutions
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So it was, more by tone and emphasis and context of situation than by anything else, that Jerry came hazily to identify himself with names such as: Dog, Mister Dog, Adventurer, Strong Useful One, Sing Song Silly, Noname, and Quivering Love-Heart.
I was out of neutral names, but as the child was dead and she had never seen it, I thought I might risk a name for it and trust to luck.
Sir Leicester pauses, stares, repeats in a killing voice, "The young man of the name of Guppy?"
The third day one of the messengers came back, and said, 'I have travelled two days without hearing of any other names; but yesterday, as I was climbing a high hill, among the trees of the forest where the fox and the hare bid each other good night, I saw a little hut; and before the hut burnt a fire; and round about the fire a funny little dwarf was dancing upon one leg, and singing:
Only a very few days more - appallingly few to the hearts which had set themselves bravely to hope against hope - three weeks, a month later, perhaps, the name of ships under the blight of the "Overdue" heading shall appear again in the column of "Shipping Intelligence," but under the final declaration of "Missing."
The names begin to appear fast and furiously, flashing from legal page to legal page and in a flash vanishing.
My second difficulty was with regard to my name, or rather A name.
'Well, there's the Horse-fly,' Alice began, counting off the names on her fingers.
Hawkeye calls the Lac du Saint Sacrement, the "Horican." As we believe this to be an appropriation of the name that has its origin with ourselves, the time has arrived, perhaps, when the fact should be frankly admitted.
"If you hadn't I was going to ask you to let me name one -- just some unimportant person.
I'll take the opportunity, if you please, of entering your name in our Callers' Book for the day.' Young Blight made another great show of changing the volume, taking up a pen, sucking it, dipping it, and running over previous entries before he wrote.
Things are said to be named 'derivatively', which derive their name from some other name, but differ from it in termination.