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a person with the same name as another

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This would put Prince in such good spirits that he would sometimes take the kit from his pocket and play a chord or two to astonish the baby, which I never knew it to do in the least degree, for my tiny namesake never noticed it at all.
And I hope a worthy namesake,' observed Mr Kenwigs, willing to propitiate the collector.
I wished my namesake Powell had been the devil himself.
Indeed, her conversation was so pure, her looks so sage, and her whole deportment so grave and solemn, that she seemed to deserve the name of saint equally with her namesake, or with any other female in the Roman kalendar.
Now, that you may reach the Lord Advocate well recommended, I give you here a letter to a namesake of your own, the learned Mr.
Nor had the doctor so much as met him, but had merely read of him in connection with a small sensation at the suburban branch which my namesake managed; an armed robber had been rather pluckily beaten off, with a bullet in him, by this Raffles; and the sort of thing was so common out there that this was the first I had heard of it
Now, namesake of my friend; Uncas, in name and spirit
When he started up, the Godfather Break of Day was peeping at its namesake.
But, Rokesmith knowing it, and knowing that his bearing it in mind would be acceptable thereafter to that good woman who had been the only light in the childhood of desolate John Harmon dead and gone, resolved that late at night he would go back to the bedside of John Harmon's namesake, and see how it fared with him.
Now, Eglantine, what have you to tell us of your rosy namesakes on the earth?
he is with his namesakes, and his receipts have, I fear, died with him.
The 39-year-old nursery nurse, who is the namesake of the SNP leader, is going to vote Labour.
The Namesake, directed by Mira Nair, was released in the US in 2007 and received positive reviews from American film critics.
Amelia Rose announced via Twitter the names of 10 flight-training scholarship recipients during her flight over the area where her namesake was believed to be lost.
from the store's namesake, the Dorothy rose, so the clothing features prints of the flower and pastels for an altogether romantic collection.