E[currency]iE-li's 1st Civil Court of First Instance rejected her suit in 2007 on the grounds that Article 187 of Turkey's Civil Code compels women to take their husband's last name
, or use it alongside their maiden name, after getting married.
The father raised the points that the child had extended contact with her father's family, and that the child was not moving to a new community to begin a new life (if a child is moving to a new community, the child may be embarrassed to explain why the child has a different last name
than the parent the child lives with).
Example: Last name
ECHOLS E C H O An animal Elephant Cougar Hamster Otter A boy's name Edward Charles Henry Oliver A girl's name Elise Christine Henrietta Ophelia Occupation Education Cook Harrier Obstetrics A color Ecru Charcoal Hazel Orange L S An animal Lion Seal A boy's name Leo Stanley A girl's name Lisa Susan Occupation Law Soldier A color Lilac Salmon
Giggling uncontrollably, Mr Henry repeatedly mocked the last name
of Chief Minister Dikshit on the breakfast show.
When choosing a last name
, Petrow advises to use what works best for you, your partner--and any children you may raise.
Currently, women have the statutory right in all fifty states to change their last name
I AM trying to trace my family who are from Wales and have the last names
Parry, John and Coleman.
His parents offered to change Max's last name
to his mother's maiden name but changed their minds.
SACRAMENTO -- Suppose you are a husband who, upon marriage, would rather take your wife's last name
Indexes for cross-referencing include top legal officer by last name
and by law school; companies by rank, location and industry; in-house chief counsel by last name
and practice area; law firms by location, practice area and the companies who selected them.
I heard his last name
was created from his ancestry.
Alphabetized by the last name
of each given slaveowner or overseer, The 1850 Census Of Georgia Slave Owners states nothing more than the owner's name, their county, and the number of slaves owned in each entry.
In "The Business of Art" feature (February 2006), the last name
of the founder of The Boys Choir of Harlem was spelled incorrectly.
As the planning continues, you also notice that many of the voters to be called for support happen to have the same last name
as the local elected representative.
For starters, her last name
is pronounced paz-KOH-gin.