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  • adj. Attributive form of last name, noun.

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Examples

  • There she is, for anyone to find, first-name last-name, her blond, pointy face warping my screen.

    DANI NOIR

  • Then, I went from the school, past the station, and walked a few blocks more to go to the cheap udon/soba place with my friend, Kim last-name.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • It's also worth noting that Eric keeps us on a first-name basis with Hillary while he keeps Obama on a last-name basis and thus at a formal distance.

    Poll: Clinton Up By Three Points In Indiana Primary

  • One more minor typographical tidbit: in footnote 24, the list of editors of Climate Change 2007 has last-name, first-initial for everyone except "M.Tignor" - it looks like that should be swapped around to say "Tignor, M."

    Rabett Run

  • I did some extra formatting, demarking a title page, a new table of contents (slightly nicer formatting, and now also specific TOC guide), and cleaned up the metadata (author should be last-name, first-name middle-name honorifics, in order to alphabetize correctly by author in Mobipocket-compatible browsers).

    From the eBookery: My Man Jeeves | Spontaneous ∂erivation

  • Naturally, I was sorry to hear that my vision of avatars with a Linden-assigned last-name like "agent," wearing dark classes and trench-coats and slouch hats had to give way to something more mundane, like FBI agents maybe merely coming to Linden Lab and talking to them or something.

    Calling in the FBI

  • "The same problem exists in tracing genealogy," where last-name changes are common, Kondrach said.

    Searching Smarter, Not Harder

  • We'll have to use a last-name basis for (UNINTELLIGIBLE).

    CNN Transcript May 25, 2002

  • Names more than ever are being chosen "for first-/last-name combination viability" as noted by online security site

    Forbes.com: News

  • The last-name effect has very practical implications.

    CNN.com

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