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named

adjective  classified, delineated, deeoted as, described as, designate as, determined as, dissriminated as, distinguished as, identified as, known as, recognized as, referred to as, specified as
Associated concepts: named in a caption
See also: aforesaid, before mentioned, said, select
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Before that, hurricanes were named after saints, longitude and latitude coordinates or letters of the phonetic alphabet (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie.
If a named house is unusual, even more unusual is a woman without a name, particularly if she is part of a family and thus involved in domestic and communal relationships.
Individual viruses, like individual people or any other concrete entities, can be named and identified by so-called diagnostic properties, but they cannot be defined (11).
Thus, while it's acceptable to use Pretax Earnings (two words) as the caption in cell A3, a cell that contains neither data nor a formula, B3 is better named PretaxEarnings or Pretax_ Earnings.
He's officially named more than 300 kinds of flies, and most of the terms sound respectably unintelligible to the uninitiated.
Harold Seger was named technical director of Patch Rubber.
Maureen Blanchfield Bellantoni named CFO at Burger King World Wide Headquarters (Southern Florida Chapter)
based assisted living chain, has named Michael Zaccaro president.
Wong, who lives in Hillsborough, California, just a short drive north of Silicon Valley, says he named the site for Mud Sweat and Gears, the company that sold him his mountain bike.
The leader then calls a name and tosses a sock, stuffed with soft material, to the named individual.
One high-tech company found this out when it named all its products after Greek gods (Zeus, Jupiter).