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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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We've been lucky with some monickers that stuck like The Spark for Mark Caguioa, The Spiderman for Arwind Santos, The Crunchman for Alex Cabagnot, The Daredevil for Jared Dillinger, Captain Lionheart for Alvin Patrimonio, The Fireball for Josh Urbiztondo, The Skyscraper for Marlou Aquino, The Flying A for Johnny Abarrientos, The Slasher for Rodney Santos, The Fireman for Pido Jarencio, Kid Lightning for Paul Artadi, The Golden Boy for Noy Castillo, Mr.
It just got to the point where I'd had enough of all the monickers. When I was doing the Black Affair I had about six different MySpaces, so I knocked all these on the head.
Players will be permitted to use place names such as London, brand labels including Pepsi and even star monickers such as Beyonce and Shakira.
According to The Sun, Murray told fans on Twitter that he had monickers for ex-Wimbledon champs Lleyton Hewitt, 28, and Boris Becker, 41, as well as for James Blake, 29, and Potito Starace, 27.