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namelessness

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unremarkability or unremarkableness

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  • unremarkability or unremarkableness
  • characterlessness
  • unsingularity

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the quality or state of being obscure

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the state of being anonymous

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This argument is by no means fully cogent, and the language in which the anonymous Author (see above, (i) and (v), and elsewhere) refers to his fault may seem to suggest something rather more personal.
The anonymous author of the earlier, shorter essay in The Royal Magazine (Sept.
The anonymous author wrote in the Times that where Trump has had successes, they have come "despite -- not because of -- the president's leadership style, which is impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective."
The results of some of the scrupulous analysis are occasionally disappointing: the demonstration of how the text's imagination of a godless world responds to the Christian conception it opposes is detailed, but the conclusion that the anonymous author of this seventeenth-century Latin manuscript is probably writing in a Christian cultural context seems rather self-evident.
The anonymous author of the blog "Skinny Gossip" has vowed to remove and then revamp the "Starving Tips of the Day" on her page, and to include resources for people suffering depression, eating disorders and compulsive self-injury.
Did that mean that the People's anonymous author must have been a Soviet spy as well?
They focus on three twelfth century commentators, Eustratios of Nicaea, Michael of Ephesus and an anonymous author. In their preface, Barber (art history, Notre Dame) and Jenkins, who is the Byzantine Studies Librarian at Notre Dame, note that these were the first commentaries on the work in nearly a thousand years, made under the sponsorship of Anna Kommene, who also wrote a commentary on her own times.
Pity the same cannot be said of their almost anonymous author.
"Behind the scenes, however, we have been working with colleagues in audit, legal services and the executive member for Central Services, Cllr Richard Marbrow, to put in place steps to deal with the anonymous author of this disreputable website.
The article's anonymous author, after speaking of the simple beauty and elegance of guns (and not their practical aspects), gives an unconvincing summation as to why guns should not be outlawed: "I know they seem a dangerous luxury to some, that young lives and whole neighborhoods ...
This manual, by an Alcoholics Anonymous author, tells her how to get her life back on track.
An anonymous author has printed 13,000 leaflets which contain a series of outrageous allegations about the owners of guesthouses in Troon.
The letter warns him to "watch what you say in meetings and the Telegrape (sic) or you will face the consiquences (sic).'' The anonymous author referred several times to Nazis.
The third chapter, which compares the interpretive methods used by the anonymous author of the little-studied Ovide moralise with those employed by previous mythographers, is probably the most original part of the book.
Cox believes that the anonymous author of the report was Sir Solly Zuckermann, who had argued with Harris during the war for bombing to be precisely targeted on communications links and the oil industry.