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“The Godfather of Soul lives on as the mite Funkotriplogynium iagobadius, named by Seeman and Walter in 1997 ( "iago" = "James" and "badius" = "Brown"); Mark Knopfler got a dinosaur.”
“And by the way, I wanted to add that if William Shatner wins AGAIN, the Emmys are dead to me. iago no yunjin kim? hunf.”
“Ningen: John Evans, it seems that there are similar problems in the UK, even if not as bad: ... iago: �Mr.”
“Alongside the core technology platforms, eCommera also provides associated online retail consulting services via a team of e-commerce experts.iago. firstname.lastname@example.org”
“i want to do a paper someday on the various games people play although i don't think its so much as a game as a play. like a hamlet or a lady macbetch or a pikachu. i wonder if there exists a control character, not so much mr. smithers or iago but like a puppetteer, see,”
“** Had 1 but a year iago read fuch books ia retirement from diflipation, I Ihould have beefi t} uite another man.”
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The height of fame, or infamy, is when your name becomes a byword for something. I'm not 100 percent sure about the technical name for this trope, but it seems to be antonomasia. Suggestions are mo...
Thou speak'st aright;
I am that merry wanderer of the night.
I jest to Oberon and make him smile....
-- A Midsummer Night's Dream
Famous sidekicks, real and imaginary...
A veritable parade of baddies and other ne'er-do-wells.
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