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innominate

‘having no name’, in Scots contract law, a contract that is both unusual and innominate, having no known name like sale or hire, for example. Now that there is no requirement for writing, the category may vanish.
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"Anonyma: A Woman in Berlin-Revisiting the Horrors of 1945." theguardian.com (22 November 2009): <http://www.theguardian.com/film/2009/nov/26/anonyma-a-woman-in-berlin>.
The book became the centre of a dispute when its veracity was called into question and the name of the author, journalist Marta Hiller, who had died in 2001, was revealed, indeed the text was not as new as many at first thought: the first publication of Anonyma had been as an American translation in 1954; A Woman in Berlin (newly translated in 2005 by Philip Boehm) was followed by a poorly received first German edition in 1959.
"If you go to see Anonyma, for example, she might invite you to have a special audience with her and she may ask you some hard questions.
Rhetorica: Translatio anonyma sive vetus et translatio Guillelmi de Moerbeka.
(1995) Anonyma alkoholister i Sverige [Alcoholics Anonymous in Sweden].
15 May 1972 Oxalis illinoensis Oxalidaceae Clark, Maxwell 3432 Schwegman (SR) Packera anonyma (A.W.
None of which have beat the Old Oxford except the Pilot Boat Anonyma of Boston 34 days out.
Consider the following exchange from one of the utopian sections of Quintessence, which alternate with the analytical sections (the "I" is Anonyma, a citizen of Lost and Found Continent fifty years in the future, and "Mary" is Daly herself):
In Antioch, a woman deacon known to us as Anonyma to protect her name converted, instructed and baptized the pagan governor's son, all during a time of bloody persecution.
There a student of twentieth-century philosophy named Annie (short for Anonyma) decides to conjure the author of Quintessence on the occasion of its fiftieth anniversary edition.
1, 2 and 8 are with the anonyma of the manuscript, while the remainder are given with attribution in the order 7, 6, 5, 4, 9, 10, 3.