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anonymous

adjective authorless, bearing no name, having no acknowledged name, incognito, innominate, nameless, of unknown authorship, secret, sine nomine, unclaimed, unidentified, unnamed, unsigned, unspecified, without a name, without the name of the author
Associated concepts: anonymous donor
See also: unspecified

ANONYMOUS. Without name. This word is applied to such.books, letters or papers, which are published without the author's name. No man is bound to publish his name in connexion with a book or paper he has published; but if the publication is libellous, he is equally responsible as if his name were published.

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A business operator engaged in generating Anonymously Processed Information must comply with the following six (6) obligations:
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The New York Supreme Court in August ruled that Google must reveal any identifying information it had about a blogger who anonymously used its Blogger.
John Yates, assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, said the ruling could lead to a series of appeals from criminals who have been convicted by evidence given anonymously in court.
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The independent review group has also established a telephone hotline at (866) 2682285, where comments may be submitted anonymously.
Anyone who wants to be listed anonymously must provide evidence they have been stalked or been a victim of domestic violence, such as an order under the Family Law Act or the Protection from Harassment Act.
It looks like a work of art now," the source said, speaking anonymously because the renderings have not yet been made public.
Based upon of a poem anonymously published in 1906, Vrolok by Nolene-Patricia Dougan is an original engaging story of Isabella, the leader of the vampires after the death of Vlad Dracula.
Report it consists of a third-party Internet and telephone hotline system that allows whistleblowers to anonymously report problems.
Of the respondents, about 40% admitted that they do not know that the public health offices offer an HIV test free of charge and they can take it anonymously.
A study in the New Zealand Medical Journal showed that 693 general practitioners who had responded anonymously to a national survey had participated in a physician-assisted death over a 12-month period (Otago Daily Times, June 21).