no-name

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no′-name`



adj.
packaged and sold without a brand name or with a brand name that is not nationally recognized.
[1985–90]
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The opening performance from this multi-national force in Whangarei - against a mob of no-names who'd been flung together as patsies - was aimless and dispirited.
The Azzurri's cast of relative no-names up front functioned well, and Leonardo Bonucci long balls to Emanuele Giaccherini are a dangerous means of dealing counter-pressing opponents.
But the level of support they will receive from the no-names put on the ticket when the big-names were suppressed remains to be seen.
It was tiny Osmanlyspor -- a team with a bunch of no-names operating on a shoestring budget and coached by former Trabzon man Mustafa ReE-it Akcay -- that humiliated Galatasaray 2-1 in ystanbul in week two, sending shockwaves through the Turkish topflight.
We had a lot of no-names and look at what we lost -- our starting goalie for six weeks, our leading scorer early.
The sale of the Group's holding in Colchester constitutes the contracted disposal to which reference was made, on a no-names basis, in the company's interim results in November of last year.
Songs for Andy Warhol's Screen Tests, a series of their original material played in front of projected, original, short, silent films shot by Warhol that showcased Warhol's friends, celebrities and no-names who he thought may have potential.
With the help of Howard Blitman and his construction company, who gave the two no-names much-needed credibility among investors, Lewis and Eisenberg built the 317-unit townhouse and condo complex, Montville Chase.
gOlF THE Perth International at Lake Karrinyup has such a lop-sided look with half a dozen stars at the top of the market and a bunch of European Tour card-seeking stragglers and Aussie no-names making up the numbers that the knee-jerk advice to spread punters is to sell the finishing positions of most of the top eight on the list, writes Jeremy Chapman.
A fresh no-names order was imposed in February when he launched his latest, unsuccessful High Court appeal to be transferred to an open prison to increase his chances of parole.
A fresh no-names order was imposed in February this year when the so-called "Monster of Worcester" launched his latest unsuccessful High Court bid to be transferred to an open prison to increase his chances of parole.
A team full of scrubs, no-names, has-beens, just-oft-the-bus Triple A hopefuls and fatigued-looking, seen-it-all veterans with creaking knees and fading bat speed, has no obligation whatsoever to concede hope to a sleekly outfitted club of all-stars and aces.