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  • proper n. A nickname for someone who is the third person in the family sharing his father's name.
  • proper n. A male given name of modern usage, derived from the nickname.


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  • But when I said I was none too happy about that—I was referring to Trey, doll.

    Etched in Bone

  • Two other double-digit scorers return to the backcourt in Trey Harmon (10.5) and Jeremy Montgomery (12.8).

    Horizon League

  • Trey is an inspired writer and aspiring architect, moved by the traditional ideals of simplicity and self-sufficiency.

    Trey Farmer | Inhabitat

  • I called Trey, who contacted a Belador with Atlanta PD who investigated the anonymous phone tip on a dead body.

    Blood Trinity

  • Trey is a beautiful 3 year old boy who suffers from an illness called MPS II or Hunter's Syndrome, a Lysosomal Storage Disease that inhibits the body's ability to break down and recycle specific mucopolysaccharides.

    September 21st, 2007

  • "He said, 'I can't wait until Trey is old enough so I can buy him a little fishing pole,'" Williams remembered.

    December 2006 glimpses

  • "Trey is a physical, tough, smart and determined veteran who provides our offensive line with flexibility and experience," Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum said in a release. - Notes: Pats extend Seymour's deal; Feagles to return

  • At nearly the same instant, they heard her calling Trey's name from the front of the house.

    On Wings Of Love

  • Anyway, those bits are FUNNY. sidewinder, I'm rolling ... with the "Trey is my very good friend and he's not afraid to say, 'Les, you're in the wrong fucking key."

    A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood...

  • NOGUCHI: Now he's torn about whether his 18-year-old son, Erwin III, also known as Trey, should take up net-making.

    Oil Spill Unravels Future Of Net-Making In Gulf


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