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  • n. The first name, any middle names, and surname of a person
  • n. The name of a company or institution that is normally known by initials or a shortened name


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  • They appear to be avoiding the most obvious link of all: the group whose full name was the Order of Poor Knights of Christ and the Temple of Solomon—in other words, the Templars.

    The Templar Revelation

  • Her distress was caused by the fact that Leopold Reginald Russing was also the full name of her father.

    The Lost Children

  • It had struck her as comically officious then, hearing his full name uttered.

    A Thousand Splendid Suns

  • The regime is being too lenient, said Mouheb, a fabric store owner in Damascus who asked that his full name not be used.

    Violence fuels protests in Syria

  • Raphael is only a Christian name, the full name being Raphael (Raffaele) Santi (Sanzio is an absolutely incorrect form).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • There was the comte de Caylus, a former military man turned author, draftsman, and connoisseur, who rejoiced in the full name Anne-Claude-Philippe de Tubières-Grimoard de Pestels de Levis, Comte de Caylus.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • Aunt Dee's, however — I could not call her otherwise for the moment, as she had yet to provide me with her full name — was higher up, far more ornate, and possessed a front garden no one would mistake for a jungle.

    Locked Rooms

  • "Tessa must hold the key, because her full name is Tesseract."

    Cube Route

  • Give me the guys full name and address, not just some code nameRa-fi-eem.

    The After Wife

  • Plantagenet Palliser was the full name of the duke's nephew and heir.

    The Eustace Diamonds


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