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  • adverb in an eponymous manner; as in the named character of a book etc

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Examples

  • Frankly, by that time it was anyone's right under the United States 'compulsory license scheme, because the song had been published when it was recorded and released for the first time on an earlier album Don produced for Stax's Enterprise label eponymously titled Moloch.

    The Daily Docket

  • Frankly, by that time it was anyone's right under the United States 'compulsory license scheme, because the song had been published when it was recorded and released for the first time on an earlier album Don produced for Stax's Enterprise label eponymously titled Moloch.

    The Daily Docket

  • Barley and Birch recently announced their own foundation, eponymously named, allowing them to accept contributions to donate to the causes they support.

    Toddler Chic, Environmentally Sound

  • As author of the major element in the Financial Reform legislation enacted last year that would directly address, in part, the huge risks to our financial system caused by proprietary activities of large banks -- the eponymously named "Volcker Rule" -- Mr. Volcker might easily have been seen by Wall Street as a formidable foe.

    Bevis Longstreth: Obama's Phoenix: The Council on Jobs and Competitiveness

  • That horrific event drove California to pass its eponymously named Laura's Law that was supposed to help end violence both by and to people with serious mental illness.

    DJ Jaffe: 10 Years After Laura Wilcox Murder, California Still Refuses to Use Law That Saves Lives, Saves Money, and Helps Mentally Ill

  • Barley and Birch recently announced their own foundation, eponymously named, allowing them to accept contributions to donate to the causes they support.

    Toddler Chic, Environmentally Sound

  • As author of the major element in the Financial Reform legislation enacted last year that would directly address, in part, the huge risks to our financial system caused by proprietary activities of large banks -- the eponymously named "Volcker Rule" -- Mr. Volcker might easily have been seen by Wall Street as a formidable foe.

    Bevis Longstreth: Obama's Phoenix: The Council on Jobs and Competitiveness

  • As author of the major element in the Financial Reform legislation enacted last year that would directly address, in part, the huge risks to our financial system caused by proprietary activities of large banks -- the eponymously named "Volcker Rule" -- Mr. Volcker might easily have been seen by Wall Street as a formidable foe.

    Bevis Longstreth: Obama's Phoenix: The Council on Jobs and Competitiveness

  • As author of the major element in the Financial Reform legislation enacted last year that would directly address, in part, the huge risks to our financial system caused by proprietary activities of large banks -- the eponymously named "Volcker Rule" -- Mr. Volcker might easily have been seen by Wall Street as a formidable foe.

    Bevis Longstreth: Obama's Phoenix: The Council on Jobs and Competitiveness

  • As author of the major element in the Financial Reform legislation enacted last year that would directly address, in part, the huge risks to our financial system caused by proprietary activities of large banks -- the eponymously named "Volcker Rule" -- Mr. Volcker might easily have been seen by Wall Street as a formidable foe.

    Bevis Longstreth: Obama's Phoenix: The Council on Jobs and Competitiveness

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