proper name


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Related to proper name: common noun, folk etymology
See: call, title
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Thus in the case of a proper name, while the word is a set of similar series of movements, what it means is a series of occurrences bound together by causal laws of that special kind that makes the occurrences taken together constitute what we call one person, or one animal or thing, in case the name applies to an animal or thing instead of to a person.
We only give proper names to the individuals of a species when they differ inter se in practically important respects.
She was evidently displeased; looked up, and seeing herself watched, blushed more deeply than he had ever perceived her, and saying only, "I did not know that proper names were allowed," pushed away the letters with even an angry spirit, and looked resolved to be engaged by no other word that could be offered.
The names have been purposely concealed; my father himself does not know who this president was, and if he knows, he cannot tell you; proper names are not in the dictionary.
But you know that my memory is merely a mausoleum of proper names.
2014, the application for grant of licence for a drug formulation containing single active ingredient can be made only in the proper name and the existing licencees manufacturing single active ingredient drug formulation also have to apply for grant of licence for a drug formulation containing single active ingredient in proper name within one year of the commencement of these rules.
proper name, but believes that if implemented as proposed for these six products, the FDA should allow for a meaningful suffix that is unique to the original product license holder, and that will be affixed to all biological products developed by that license holder.
Shrove Tuesday, to give it its proper name (Carnival and Mardi Gras elsewhere in the world) is traditionally a day of fun and feasting before Ash Wednesday, when Christians fast during the 40 days of Lent in the run-up to Easter.
What is the proper name of the flowering plant popularly known as the Christmas Rose?
David Morley said: "He was known as Paddock Jack but his proper name was Jack Dyson and he lived at Paddock Head.
Why not just send her an email or a text with her proper name on it and see how she reacts?
It introduces a meta-identifying rule that can establish a cluster's main descriptions and explain how they must be satisfied in order to allow the application of a proper name.