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  • This was their second album, following their eponymous debut from the same year.
  • By this time, they were already hard at work on their eponymous second album.
  • Like others of her class, she was named after the eponymous river.
  • An eponymous board game based on the show was published in the UK.
  • The album was recorded from songs written while touring in support of their eponymous debut album.
  • All three characters have appeared in their own eponymous series.
  • The city is named for an eponymous lake, and lies on that lake's east side.
  • She has since appeared in two eponymous ongoing series and several mini-series.
  • This is a list of scientific laws named after people (eponymous laws).
  • The band completed their eponymous debut album, however the project was doomed from the start.
  • Of the three teaching centers he founded, only the last was eponymous.
  • By the time the modern series was being planned, the real world was well into the eponymous time period of the first book.
  • He also worked with LFO and made the music video for their eponymous debut single.
  • He is best known for his eponymous fashion lines.
  • The band first hit the R&B charts with the release of their debut eponymous album.
  • The nurse has the third largest number of lines in the original play; only the eponymous characters have more lines.
  • The character was featured in his own three-issue eponymous limited series in 1996.
  • Rapid River marks the mouth of the eponymous river and the head of the bay.
  • That year, the band released their eponymous debut, which received critical and commercial success in the US and Japan.
  • The eponymous point of the park can be seen on the far shore of the lake left of center, just above the clouds.
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Meaning of eponymous

  • adjective Being or relating to or bearing the name of an eponym