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 Pseudonym - Famous Women   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
A pseudonym or allonym is a name (sometimes legally adopted, sometimes purely fictitious) used by an individual as an alternative to their birth name.
Authors use pseudonyms for a variety of reasons; for example, to experiment with a new genre, with reduced risk of upsetting regular readers; the same author may have several pseudonyms depending on the genre.
This use of pseudonyms is especially common if the new genre is of a somewhat risqué nature; such was for instance the case of Pauline Réage, name under which an editorial secretary with a reputation of near-prudery published Histoire d'O, a sadomasochistic erotic novel.
www.famous.tc /Pseudonym.html   (789 words)

 Ringing-chat Info Page
The list is intended for use by those interested in ringing church bells in the traditional English manner and in the other activities in which ringers traditionally indulge.
It is meant to complement, not replace, the older change-ringers list, which is expressly restricted to matters to do with ringing.
Pseudonyms are not generally welcomed and attempts to subscribe pseudonymously will be met by a polite enquiry as to identity.
www.bellringers.org /mailman/listinfo/ringing-chat_bellringers.net   (521 words)

 ARNOVA - ARNOVA-L   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
This list was established as an open international electronic forum for anyone engaged with or interested in nonprofit organizations, voluntary action or philanthropy.
List participants steer clear of all discussion of political parties and candidates, and personal attacks on anyone (including elected officials) are never welcome and will not be tolerated.
A message addressed to the list name is read by the software which then uses the list addresses to distribute copies of the message to all names on the list.
www.arnova.org /listserv.php   (3441 words)

 A Preview of Classroom Registration for Previewing
The pseudonym that you choose will be used for each student in the project, plus a number assigned according to the number of students in the group.
For example, if you choose the pseudonym "zebra" and indicate there are 5 people in the project, then the pseudonyms that are generated for login IDs will be zebra1 through zebra5.
You will initially need to assign the students their pseudonyms from the list generated and keep a record of students' names and the pseudonyms they have been assigned.
tolweb.org /tree/learn/TeacherResources/ClassroomRegistration.html   (1284 words)

 Untraceable Electronic Mail, Return Addresses, and Digital Pseudonyms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Digital Pseudonyms A digital "pseudonym" is a public key used to verify signatures made by the anonymous holder of the corresponding private key.
A "roster", or list of pseudonyms, is created by an authority that decides which applications for pseudonyms to accept, but is unable to trace the pseudonyms in the completed roster.
Each ballot is counted only after checking that the pseudonym K which forms its prefix, is also contained in the roster and that the pseudonym properly decrypts the signed vote V. An individual might be known to an organization only by a pseudonym that appears in a roster of acceptable clients.
world.std.com /~franl/crypto/chaum-acm-1981.html   (2933 words)

 How to Create a List with TOPICS
List topics provide a way to run a mailing list (preferably moderated) where several sub-topics are being discussed in parallel but some List Subscribers are only interested in a subset of the topics.
Some List Subscribers may only be interested in the books by one or a few of the pseudonyms.
In order to be successful, such a list requires much discipline on the part of the subscribers since they must label their message subjects to indicate the designated topic(s).
www.lsoft.com /manuals/1.8d/qs/topics.html   (966 words)

 Facts about lists of people   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
This list does not include fictional characters, e.g., people like Arthur the Knight are included but King Arthur is not.
List of people known as the father or mother of something
Lists of citizens of nations on the American continents.
www.supercrawler.com /Facts/lists_of_people.html   (333 words)

 List of pseudonyms - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article gives a list of pseudonyms, in various categories.
Pseudonyms are similar to, but distinct from, secret identities.
Note: List of Urdu language poets provides pen names for a range of Urdu poets.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_pseudonyms   (377 words)

 Wakefield Public Library's Fiction Readers' Advisory Print Resources
Listing almost 6,000 titles of classic and contemporary works of adult fiction, this is the one truly essential Fiction Readers' Advisory tool.
While annotated lists of mysteries by themes, subgenres, and awards are presented here, the book's focus is more on learning about the mystery genre and its readers than about finding specific titles.
A list of 100 Classics in the Genre can be found, as well as an explanation for the British class system, a description of the metropolitan police and county police forces.
www.wakefieldlibrary.org /zrapr.htm   (3660 words)

 BU Libraries | Research Guides | German Language and Literature
A long alphabetical list of verbs clearly shows the use of both separable and fixed prefixes (abbekommen, for example: ab (separable) be (fixed) kommen (stem)).
To find bibliographies that are held by Mugar Memorial Library about specific authors, search by subject in the on-line catalogue: select Subject Headings, and then enter the author's last name, followed by his or her first name (e.g., "goethe johann").
This bibliography, organized alphabetically by author, lists authors (not all literary), their date of birth and date of emigration from Germany, and their writings between 1933 and 1945.
www.bu.edu /library/guides/german.html   (4245 words)

 - John Woodmorappe on Pseudonyms -
The reasons which lead writers to adopt a pseudonym or similar disguise of identity are surely as various as human nature itself, and may well defy classification.
Accordingly, an author’s decision to remain anonymous, like other decisions concerning omissions or additions to the content of a publication, is an aspect of freedom of speech protected by the First Amendment.
Of course, the court does not defend pseudonymous writing when it is done for the purpose of defamatory writing.
www.trueorigin.org /ca_jw_01.asp   (1145 words)

 pseudonyms & list health
the list moderator should make a judgement when the list is in a "noise" phase and try to be clear about what is relevant to the list and what is not.
a list where the moderator is never around may seem like a haven, but in my opinion it only turns into a grouch free-for-all subject to regular conflagrations that leave everyone *really* pissed off, as did a recent eruption by TM and PM.
the pseudonyms may be so secret that not *anyone* on the list is aware of his identity, even close friends.
cypherpunks.venona.com /date/1995/09/msg00137.html   (1097 words)

 Eyes In the Dark - Philosophy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Using the pseudonyms benefited all-- it encouraged writers to submit work free of peer ridicule, and allowed readers in a small school to come to the work free of prejudices and impressions of the author gained over many years.
Eyes in the Dark is still published through pseudonyms, though a list of contributors who wish to be known is available here.
For those who wish to be connected, our Contributor's Page contains a list of all pseudonyms beside the author's true name and a method of contact, if they wish.
www.grendel.org /eitd/about.htm   (435 words)

 Mailcrypt: An EMACS Interface to PGP: Remailer Support   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
A chain definition is a list whose first element is the name (a string) and whose remaining elements form a remailer list.
You are responsible for obtaining a list of remailers and their public keys; you are responsible for choosing which of them to use and in what order.
There are public lists of remailers and keys (the Quick Start section above relies on them), but you pay for the convenience by putting your trust in a single source.
www.xemacs.org /Documentation/packages/html/mailcrypt_3.html   (2615 words)

 Virtual Reference Desk
The Chatham Area Public Library was able to purchase classic literature materials, often studied by high school and college students and referred to on Advanced Placement tests, through a LSTA grant.
Included are topical lists for adult, teens and children, lists of award-winning books, and many helpful web resources.
Lists of award-winning books for more than fifty major book awards.
ghs.bcsd.k12.il.us /library/reference/lit   (618 words)

The editors explain that their method of selection is not systematic, but rather authors are included because they have received little coverage elsewhere, they are innovative, or they represent small groups.
There is also a chronological list of names and an index of writers that includes cross references to other names.
This book includes two separate lists, one that goes from pseudonyms to given names and one that moves from given names to pseudonyms.
www.lib.auburn.edu /hum/resgd/19ctwm.html   (378 words)

 House of Beadle & Adams Online /Volume 3- Preface   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Most of the titles were listed from songsters in my own collection, but a few are from lists published by Beadle in his own story papers; consequently, though rarely, an occasional song with a short title was not checked against another song with the same title, and the two may thus be listed together.
For the sake of ease of reference, the index is preceded by a complete list of the 121 Beadle Songsters arranged chronologically, and these numbers are used after the song titles to indicate where they may be found.
There have been some changes in the list of pseudonyms of Beadle authors, but since the original list was fairly complete, the changes are not many.
www.niulib.niu.edu /badndp/vol3-preface.html   (716 words)

 Mr. Eric Grabowsky questions TIA's right to post repercussions about the Eric Gill articles by Patrick Odou @ ...
The RomanCatholic@yahoogroups.com list, even though it requires an ID and a password to access its material, allows any member to copy and forward to friends its data and the commentaries he judges convenient.
Many members of the Roman Catholic list use pseudonyms to protect their privacy, others send anonymous commentaries that are also taken into consideration by the list.
You consider the mentioned list as acting in “a particular type of public context with aspects of privacy.” This juridical status you claim seems quite vague to provide sufficient basis for any serious demand.
www.traditioninaction.org /Questions/E008_EricGrabowsky_Gill.htm   (928 words)

 Amazon.com: Detecting Women: A Readers Guide and Checklist for Mystery Series Written by Women (Detecting Women): ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
There are also an alphabetical list of titles, a guide to pseudonyms, a list of awards, a bibliography, and a general index.
Appendixes list authors who were dropped (primarily because they have died) and titles that have been eliminated because they are not part of a series or were never published, among other reasons.
Heising's multiple ways of listing books (geographical, by profession, etc.) provides a wealth of information for the reader who is always on the lookout for a new author.
www.amazon.com /Detecting-Women-Readers-Checklist-Mystery/dp/0964459361   (1739 words)

 Mailcrypt: An EMACS Interface to PGP   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
If you have one or more pseudonyms which you normally use, and you aren't afraid of revealing them if your account is compromised, you can set up a default list of pseudonyms with lines like the following in your
It is a list of file names of public keyrings which this function will search, in order, when seeking a key.
list is reserved for announcements of new Mailcrypt versions, so it has extremely low volume.
www-formal.stanford.edu /pub2/emacs/mailcrypt_toc.html   (6251 words)

 Mystery Reference Books
As in the parent series, bibliographic information, series, subgenre, series characters, locale, time period, plot summary, and a list of five similar titles are listed.
In Chapter 5, all 3,777 series titles are listed by year, then by author's last name.
A list of pseudonyms and a list of book nomination and awards are also included.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/mystery_novels_authors/57123   (434 words)

 Historical Novel Authors Pseudonyms List
In this list, pseudonym(s) are given before real name(s).
The most popular reason to use a pseudonym is when the real name is too long or difficult to pronounce/remember.
A typical pseudonym for a husband & wife or associates team.
www.histfiction.net /pseudo.php   (248 words)

If you have one or more pseudonyms which you normally use, and you aren't afraid of revealing them if your account is compromised, you can set up a default list of pseudonyms with lines like the following in your `
Then those names will be available for completion when you are prompted for your pseudonym.
The only way to be sure is to send yourself a test message, and to try different remailers until you find one or more which work.
w3.pppl.gov /info/mailcrypt/Pseudonyms.html   (245 words)

 List of Family pseudonyms - XFamily - Children of God
List of Family pseudonyms - XFamily - Children of God
Official names, documented names, associated names, and suspected pseudonyms currently used by The Family International's non-profit organizations and other fronts.
The Treasurer Dr. Christine Mlot, and president Grant Collin Montgomery, are known members of The Family.
www.xfamily.org /index.php/Family_Pseudonyms   (286 words)

 yaoi_challenge: Love is in the Air...
The requests will only go to the artists of the requester's choice and the artists will be able to choose which request or batch of requests they prefer to tackle.
In order to preserve anonymity, a list of pseudonyms will be posted at the end of the sign up period.
Sweetie, I forgot to ask you for a different pseudonym since you're using the Quincy Archer this time.
community.livejournal.com /yaoi_challenge/92964.html   (392 words)

 Legislative Recommendations 2002
The section permits political committees to "salt" their disclosure reports with 10 pseudonyms in order to detect misuse of the committee's FEC reports and protect individual contributors who are listed on the report from unwanted solicitations.
The Act requires committees who "salt" their reports to file the list of pseudonyms with the appropriate filing office.
Since criminal penalties are specified for all the other violations listed in section 9012(c), the absence of such a penalty for the convention violation mentioned in (c)(2) may be a statutory oversight.
www.fec.gov /info/LegislativeRecommendations2002.htm   (7400 words)

Vernon Dalhart—was a prolific users of pseudonyms on records in the 1920s.
Many incomplete and inaccurate lists of Dalhart's pseudonyms are in circulation today, often compiled decades ago by less-than-rigorous researchers.
Below are listed all verified pseudonyms on U.S. solo issues, as well as unverified or incorrect citations that have appeared over the years.
www.mainspringpress.com /dalhart-pseudos.html   (586 words)

 Research Collections in Microform: English and American Drama of the 19th Century - Bowling Green State University
A list, by author and title, of the 4,500 American plays issued through 1977.
Includes a subject index and a list of plays that include characters of specified ethnic or racial groups.
Includes a number of appendices, such as a list of women dramatists and a list of pseudonyms.
www.bgsu.edu /colleges/library/infosrv/MicroCollections/engamdrama.htm   (381 words)

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