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Synonyms for pseudonym

Synonyms for pseudonym

a fictitious name used when the person performs a particular social role

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Decisions opposing pseudonym use cite the lack of authority allowing it, while courts allowing the use of pseudonyms point out the lack of a ban," according to an Arkansas Law Review article.
Rowling, who began using the pseudonym for her crime writing career after completing the Harry Potter series, said the third Robert Galbraith was quite different and one would find out quite a bit more about what happens to people after they leave the military, the BBC reported.
It's been in my head for seven years and Ijust felt that it needed just felt that it needed a signpost to show it was something very different, so I came up with the pseudonym Christopher Galt.
When asked about the pseudonym, Rowling had said that she wanted the freedom to avoid pressure and expectations and be viewed on her merit.
In response to Russells Solicitors' statement, Rowling released a response of her own, stating that she was extremely disappointed that the leak came from one of the few sources she trusted with knowledge of her pseudonym.
So much so that the sisters have been given pseudonyms that staff, interviewers, presenters, receptionists and hotel flunkies have been told to use so that their trip remains top secret.
Using the pseudonym Shinya Sakurai, Takahashi is believed to have posed as the husband of Kikuchi, who lived under the pseudonym Chizuko Sakurai until she was detained Sunday, while they led their lives as high-profile fugitives.
The squad identified an Asian who used an employee's password and pseudonym to have access to the LMRA electronic system.
This edition contains an updated introduction which discusses various uses of pseudonyms and considers pseudonym usage among such groups as actors, musicians, sports figures, authors, politicians, artists, activists, and secret agents.
I choose to use a pseudonym because I have, on three occasions over the last five years or so, received abusive and threatening telephone calls from people who disagree with my viewpoint.
This man uses two names: Harry Caine, a playful pseudonym With which he signs his literary works, stories and scripts, and Mateo Blanco, his real name, with which he lives and signs the film he directs.
Summary: The former call girl who writes under the pseudonym Belle de Jour is a research scientist by day.
In a case of first impression, a three-judge panel of the Second Circuit has ruled that a lower court did not balance "relevant interests" in denying a pro se plaintiff's request to use a pseudonym and ultimately dismissing her case.
The pseudonym of legendary game designer Richard Garriott, Lord British is back to venture forth into Lineage's fictional world of Aden, participating in a four-week long special event to commemorate the occasion beginning November 26.
The married Melbourne man, who can be referred to only by the pseudonym Mr Lilley, claims the birth was a breach of the Trade Practices Act.