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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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Each vehicle has a pool of legitimate traceable pseudonyms from DMV and at the time of authentication, any pseudonym from the pool can be used to start charging.
Subsequent chapters focus on gender, analysing the adoption of female pseudonyms by both male and the few known female authors, such as I.
In a slew of sex abuse cases against the Archdiocese of Portland, the federal court in Oregon allowed adult survivors to use pseudonyms.
Leah Paquiz, who wanted him to confirm reports that he was using a pseudonym to travel and that he was actually a Malaysian citizen.
From D messages reader authenticates tag and then after successful tag authentication reader will also update its Pseudonyms (IDS, K1, K2, K3, K4).
The company, which from its founding has focused on authentic identities instead of allowing anonymous activity, drew criticism after it locked out some users going by their drag names, leading to complaints that the inability to use a pseudonym could compromise individuals' safety and privacy.
Not all pseudonyms are noble acts of defiance, courage and rebellion.
where [PDN.sub.0] and [PDN.sub.s] are two pseudonyms generated by the source node, and [PDN.sub.0] is used to represent source node's identity, while [PDN.sub.s] will be used to encrypt the requested data.
Data protection agency in Schleswig-Holstein said that the policy violates German laws that give people the right to use pseudonyms online.
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.
You probably noticed that some authors of anagrams use pseudonyms. Most of them are members of the National Puzzlers League (NPL), an American nonprofit organization focused on puzzling, primarily in the realm of word play and word games.
It examines the learning outcomes of implementing discussion forums and blog writings using pseudonyms in blended learning.
Dictionary of pseudonyms; 13,000 assumed names and their origins, 5th ed.
Mr R A Vant should not be getting uptight about readers using pseudonyms or not having replies to his letters published.