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In what might be called the Belt Line - no, make that the Randy Pap Beltline - provision, the proposal would apply not only to city namings, but also to requests from other agencies for city endorsements.
The state of Oregon's shambolic renaming of Belt Line Road in honor of Randy Pap has prompted an understandable interest by Eugene officials in adopting an official policy for naming city streets, buildings, parks, bridges and other civic structures.
The Oregon Transportation Commission's epic mishandling of the Belt Line renaming provided a textbook example of how public officials should not approach the naming or renaming of a public facility.
Civil Ceremonies also organises baby namings, working in partnership with registrars and performing about 5,000 naming ceremonies a year.
TOM CRUISE'S new bundle of joy, baby Suri, had her unusual name officially confirmed at a naming ceremony.
While Suri's was a Scientology ceremony designed to introduce her to her father's religion, she is one of a growing number of babies who have a naming ceremony rather than a christening.
In the course of these new namings with new forms, post-modern thought has also cast doubt on any over-confidence in traditional pre-modern forms (e.
In naming and thinking God the post-moderns retrieve two radicalized and largely marginalized figures of the tradition: prophets and mystics.
Nasdaq:RCOM), a leading provider of global domain name registration and Internet services, and Applied Semantics' Naming Solutions division, a leading tools and applications provider for domain name registrars, today announced the official launch of DomainSense on the Register.
com has chosen Naming Solutions to deliver DomainSense to their customers," said Jason Liebman, General Manager of Naming Solutions, a division of Applied Semantics.