All Noun Adverb
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  • Morning star is re-united with her mother, and the trio are accepted into the Nom.
  • He used that nom-de-plume for the rest of his life.
  • It has been dormant for some time but I added content today so consider it a self-nom.
  • He is said to have taken his nom de plume from the place where he made his first published sketch.
  • His first black novel soon made Cook's new nom de plume famous in France.
  • Abandon, his first full-length release under his nom de musique, is an album over two years in the making.
  • This became his nom de plume, and his wife and sons later adopted the same spelling.
  • NOM Mark, Mexican government safety testing mark required for all electronic products.
  • Until the late 19th century, several families also had a "nom-dit" tradition.
  • The author writes under a nom de plume due to the sensitive nature of her source material.
  • His name was a nom de guerre he took as an official name after 1934.
  • Members of the French resistance, especially the more famous ones, often received the Order under their nom de guerre.
  • This nom de plume was derived from the time he attended school in Toronto.
  • I used the 'nom tom' style of singing Alap in the traditional manner.
  • Both classical Chinese and Chu Nom were used up until the early 20th century.
  • Around this time, NOM began to pay him as a part-time consultant for helping us expand our internet reach.
  • They raced him under their nom de course, East-West Stable.
  • NOM appealed to federal court, who ruled against them.
  • The king did not consent to this, but he did respond with various efforts to promote Nom.
  • He was given the nom de guerre when young.
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