has also been sprayed onto the path nearby.
The Discurso was published under the pseudonym Don Inigo de Lanuza, a nom-de-plume
that is also an acronym of Don Igancio de Luzon.
This will come as a shock to, among others, Mayle himself who believed that it was written by a French food and wine critic using the nom-de-plume
Pierre LaPoste (as in Peter Mail).
IN-EX is the nom-de-plume
of a French team called Peripheriques, in collaboration with graphic designer Franck Tallon; the name is supposed to prompt various associations such as Interior / EXterior, IN situ / EXample, INverse / EXtreme, or any one of about 25 other suggested possibilities.
Families refer to him only by the nom-de-plume
They would later turn up in fetish clubs under the nom-de-plume
of Waltzing Maggots with Blake regailed in Nazi uniform.
But, the three were in agreement at the end that Jac - Manon Rhys' nom-de-plume
work deserved the Crown.
The series is based on a travel book written by George Bradshaw in the mid-19th century - when Mary Ann Evans was on the brink of finding fame under her George Eliot nom-de-plume
and train tracks were being laid throughout the country.
Hedd Wyn posthumously won the chair at the 1917 Eisteddfod at Birkenhead for his poignant, Yr Arwr, entered under the nom-de-plume
Born Freder ic Joseph Ricketts in 1881, Alford was orphaned by the age of 14, but claimed to be 15 in order to become a bandsman and later a bandmaster in the army, for where he publ ished his marches, using the nom-de-plume
Alford, his mother's maiden name.
Wyn used an anagram of his son's name, Jelsam Wise, as his nom-de-plume