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the word or words by which one is called and identified

Synonyms for appellation

identifying word or words by which someone or something is called and classified or distinguished from others

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The name has appeared to find favor, and all things considered, it may possibly be quite as well to let it stand, instead of going back to the House of Hanover for the appellation of our finest sheet of water.
In talking, they forget the common appellation of things, and the names of persons, even of those who are their nearest friends and relations.
The same proceeding was gone through with Toby, whose mellifluous appellation was more easily caught.
Hence they derive their appellation of Freemen, to distinguish them from the trappers who are bound for a number of years, and receive wages, or hunt on shares.
Regulatory efforts aimed at protecting against the misuse of wine appellations, therefore, are essential to the industry, providing safeguards for consumers and producers alike.
In connection with the appointment of the annual message of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin to the Federal Assembly on March 1, 2018, the beginning of the thematic meeting "Actual Issues of Legal Protection of Appellations of Origin" was postponed until 16:00
CeCe ne sont pas des noms de regions mais les appellations qui s'affichent sur les devantures d'echoppes de la capitale.
From different appellations and assessments of their major properties to leading wines and lesser known producers, this provides assessments of individual wines, grapes and the latest production methods, covering some 13,000 wineries across 54 appellations in a 'must' for any comprehensive world wine guide library.
Finally, in 1935, the French government passed legislation creating the Institut National des Appellations d'Origine des Vins et Eaux-de-Vie (INAO) under the Ministry of Agriculture.
One of the largest appellations in France, Corbieres, lies to the west of the Languedoc and the diverse terroir produces powerful reds such as M&S Domaine de Fontseque Corbieres 2006 (pounds 7.
On the occasion of the consultation on the quality of agricultural products (green paper), to be launched by the European Commission, from 15 October to 31 December, the Community hopes that a decision will be taken to improve the mechanism for geographical appellations, rather than relax it due to a lack of human and financial resources.
Producer EARL Salvat Pere et Fils, a Perpignan-based appellations controlee wine committee (CIVDN) and the Paris-based national committee for wine appellation d'origine appealed against Brussels' ruling.
Being the closest of the smaller appellations of Napa County to the maritime influences of San Pablo Bay, the region is known for its cool and breezy weather.
BENNETT VALLEY: One of the youngest of the appellations, this suburb of Santa Rosa is parallel to and included in Sonoma Valley, and has yet to develop much traction as a destination or a fine-wine growing region.
On December 7--Pearl Harbor Day--President Bush became the seventh president and the second sitting president to address the CFR, known to savvy political observers as "America's ruling class," "the international Power Elite," "America's secret shadow government," and other similar appellations.