Her Christian name
: I always forget her Christian name
Oh, but his family name isn't Fairfax," said Jessie hastily; "that's his FIRST name, his Christian name
At this second interchange of the Christian name, Madame Defarge, still using her toothpick with profound composure, coughed another grain of cough, and raised her eyebrows by the breadth of another line.
This third interchange of the Christian name was completed at the moment when Madame Defarge put her toothpick by, kept her eyebrows up, and slightly rustled in her seat.
Did he know my father's Christian name
was Fernand, and his family name Mondego?
Hilbery sat editing his review, or placing together documents by means of which it could be proved that Shelley had written "of" instead of "and," or that the inn in which Byron had slept was called the "Nag's Head" and not the "Turkish Knight," or that the Christian name
of Keats's uncle had been John rather than Richard, for he knew more minute details about these poets than any man in England, probably, and was preparing an edition of Shelley which scrupulously observed the poet's system of punctuation.
The young man blushed at the sound of his Christian name
Finally, the courteous way to address him is Alun Wyn as he has two Christian names
by which he is known, and not a double-barrelled surname, as he thinks.
I know Bryan's children, a boy and a girl, will be in their late 30s or early 40s but I don't know their Christian names
Barclays is trying to win back customer trust by giving its in-store cashpoints christian names
like Sally and Mike.
But ITV commentator Clive Tyldesley managed to liven proceedings up in the first half as he remarked about how many Iran players "just use their Christian names
on the back of their shirts".
Almost 1,000 students had been housed at the residential school, losing their identities when their Native names were changed to Christian names
and then numbers for easy tracking.
In 2004, after converting back to Christianity, they attempted to get new identity cards with their Christian names
WASHINGTON * At a recent Sistine Chapel Mass, Pope Benedict XVI lamented that parents aren't using traditional Christian names
for their children.
Attenborough added: "It is disappointing that not all trainers have agreed to their Christian names
appearing on racecards, but over time I hope those who have not adopted it will see the merits of it, particularly if they want to promote their businesses.