A young mother who had named
her (now 13-year-old) daughter Madison explained to me that she wanted her daughter to have a gender-neutral name so that she would have confidence, and, when she had a job interview, prospective employers would be surprised to see this self-assured young woman enter the room.
1) The postmodern double entendre of "the other place" as a signifier for the place of the feminine African American Other demonstrates that Naylor named
the house in Mama Day with equal care.
Linnaeus noted similarities between plant parts and human anatomy when he named
the pink-flowered butterfly pea Clitoria mariana and a stinkhorn species Phallus.
Lauren International named
Kevin Gray president and COO.
Kelyn Brannon named
CFO at Fort Point Partners Inc.
Wendy Nowokunski has been named
senior vice president and Robert G.
My Latvian parents did not know the error they were making when they named
me Janis (pronounced Yawnis), for in English it is a common female name.
When Rachel, Jacob's beloved but long-suffering wife, gave birth to her second child on her deathbed, she named
him Ben-oni, or "son of sorrow.
But just as Ellison is unyielding about the necessity for all peoples to have the capacity to record history's events, he is equally adamant in rejecting a thing named
If a participant dies before reaching his or her RBD, the proceeds of a qualified plan or non-Roth IRA generally must be distributed by December 31 of the calendar year that contains the fifth anniversary of the participant's death (the five-year rule) unless the participant had named
a designated beneficiary (DB).
CFO at The Coca-Cola Company (Atlanta Chapter)