by-name

by-name

(bī′nām′)
n.
1. A surname.
2. A nickname.

by′-name`

or by′name`,



n.
1. a secondary name; surname.
2. a nickname.
[1325–75]
Translations

by-name

[ˈbaɪneɪm] Nsobrenombre m; (= nickname) → apodo m, mote m
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Communities can also choose to implement a joint PiT count and registry week, which helps the community to create a by-name list of individuals experiencing homelessness.
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CCN [6] was proposed recently, which may be characterized by routing- by-name and in-network caching.
18) This failure results in time-consuming scrutiny of the data on a by-name basis by the brigade commander.
The PFI program has the flexibility to do by-name requests or identify military volunteers with the knowledge, skills and abilities to do the job.
When intercepts were used where one of the communicants was an American citizen, the resulting serialized product was only disseminated to a limited, by-name distribution.
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By-name deferral requests from general officers in tactical, operational, and strategic level organizations are approved to support the "warfighters.
One suggestion with possible merit concerns creation of a by-name civilian reserve--a pool of employees sortable by skills and expertise.
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As my tenure was closing, a representative at the Air Force Personnel Center called and offered me my dream assignment, a by-name request to enter the experimental world at the Air Force Flight Test Center at Edwards Air Force Base Calif.