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1 George Eliot was the pseudonym of Mary Ann Evans.
2 He writes estimable poetry under a pseudonym.
3 He wrote under the pseudonym 'Silchester'.
4 She writes under a pseudonym .
5 Eric Blair wrote under the pseudonym of George Orwell.
6 She also writes under the pseudonym of Barbara Vine.
7 The rebel chief uses the pseudonym 'Tigrillo'.
8 George Orwell was a pseudonym - his real name was Eric Blair.
9 Both plays were published under the pseudonym of Philip Dayre.
10 Maybe they provided Wulfstan, who used as his pseudonym the name Lupus, the Wolf,(www.Sentencedict.com) with ready sources of illustration.
11 He had exhibited in Moscow under a pseudonym and been pleased with the critical reaction.
12 "Saki" was the pseudonym of the writer H.H.Monroe.
13 Win knew that the name Mackey was a pseudonym assigned by the Records Branch.
14 Pseudonym detection squads would sniff out fraudsters, like the satellites which monitor Sicilian olive groves.
15 Do you want to name your own pseudonym?
16 The pseudonym had been insisted upon by the other band members, since they had openly attacked rap music in the past.
17 Brief introduction of author: AnKang, the pseudonym: Wang Yong , cloud and valley of the word.
18 The host, a woman known by the pseudonym Ms Marmite Lover, regularly holds themed evenings at her home which she has recently transformed into new dining experience "The Underground Restaurant".
19 If a pseudonym is used(sentencedict.com), please also provide the real name.
20 His early leanings towards socialism were evident in articles he wrote under a pseudonym from 1885 to 1889 for the Manchester Examiner.
21 Alternatively, you could use a second address, perhaps under a pseudonym, for privacy's sake.
22 Good place to catch new bands, although big ones sometimes turn up under a pseudonym.
23 At this period Cornford had so separated politics from poetry that he even published a poem in the Listener under a pseudonym.
24 The first member of the patrol to go into print was Andy McNab, a pseudonym of its leader.
25 It was for this reason that he did not emerge from behind the mask of his pseudonym.
26 Morton wrote a weekly column in "The Daily Telegraph' under the pseudonym "Beachcomber'.
27 Her original name was called Mary Ann Evans, just for publishing her own work smoothly she adopted the male pseudonym " GeorgeEliot".
28 Today, we continue to use Saint Nicholas ( or Saint Nick ) as a pseudonym for Santa Claus.
29 Queen of Romania ( 88 - 9') and poet who wrote under the pseudonym Carmen Sylva.
30 Queen of Romania ( 1881 - 1916 ) and poet who wrote under the pseudonym Carmen Sylva.
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