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  • adj. having a single-word name.


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  • Executive producers D.B. Weiss and David Benioff, with the help of the Language Creation Society's mononymous Sai, selected David J. Peterson to create and expand the Dothraki language, which now stands at 2,763 words at the last count, for the HBO series.

    Game of Thrones: How to Speak (and Curse!) Like the Dothraki

  • Those who have seen the autobiographical play "Passing Strange" or Spike Lee 's film version know that the mononymous singer-songwriter-playwright-performer Stew isn't afraid of a little tension or confrontation.

    Analyzing Stew

  • A YouTube video has been making the rounds among conservative anti-immigrant types showing the mononymous Colombian songstress Shakira, in an interview on CNN, weighing in on Arizona's new law establishing state jurisdiction over immigration violations.

    The Santa Cruz Riot

  • Lincoln is such a well-known figure in America that a writer can assume his readers will recognize the mononymous reference.

    Justice and the 'al Qaeda 7'

  • Brown and the mononymous Rihanna are a rhythm-and-blues musician and a pop star, respectively, and they used to be boyfriend and girlfriend, until he pleaded guilty to assaulting her.

    There's a What On?

  • It seems as though Kirchner and his mononymous colleague took the worst of Harry Kupfer's 1988 production and melded with the best theoretical aspects of Wieland Wagner's Neu Bayreuth style.

    Alfred Kirchner's Götterdämmerung

  • New York magazine in 1996, and put in time at mononymous financial books like

    The New York Observer -

  • Someday I will join wikipedia's list of mononymous persons.

    WFMU's recent playlists

  • This year's team represents the breadth of college football teams and their fans -- ranging from the glitz of UCLA's Joe Bruin and the history of Ohio State's Brutus Buckeye to the mononymous mascots

    Business Wire Travel News


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