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moniker

(1) A name, title or alias. See alias.

(2) A COM object that is used to create instances of other objects. Monikers save programmers time when coding various types of COM-based functions such as linking one document to another (OLE). See COM and OLE.
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The avid attention he's been getting has also underscored the idiosyncratic appeal of his unusual performing monicker.
But I didn't necessarily want any fame which is why I was probably so obsessed with monickers.
Some monickers were handed down unkindly, but, through regular use, became innocent to the extent even those poor souls saddled with them didn't find the nicknames offensive.
com have added their monickers, and varying degrees of financial support, to the world's oldest Classic.
The exotic monickers are listed in the latest edition of the Oxford Concise Dictionary of First Names.
Aldo Leopold's feature, "Last Stand of the Wilderness," in the October 1925 issue of American Forests and Forest Life (one of the seven monickers we've had over the years), was the basis for the Association's national campaign that eventually helped bring about legislation preserving such special places as the Boundary Waters Canoe Area on the Minnesota-Ontario border.