Dannay

Dan•nay

(ˈdæn eɪ)
n.
Frederic ( “Ellery Queen” ), 1905–82, U.S. mystery writer, in collaboration with Manfred Bennington Lee.
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Frederic Dannay, Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine and the Art of the Detective Story
He corresponded with Queen, Sandoe, and Starrett--indeed, since Boucher's death his exchange of letters with Starrett has been published (Boucher and Starrett), and his letters with Queen--that is, the cousins Frederic Dannay and Manfred B.
Dannay (May 23, 2014) (on file with author); "Out of Print"
2012) (noting that in eBay, the Court "disapproved of the use of 'categorical' rules regarding irreparable harm in patent infringement cases"); Richard Dannay, Copyright Injunctions and Fair Use: Enter eBay--Four-Factor Fatigue or Four-Factor Freedom?, 55 J.
What's the royal sounding pseudonym of authors Frederic Dannay and Manfred B.
The protagonist of her novel Separate Checks is Ellery Mcqueen and, as Rushdie points out, this plays on the pen name of a divided-self pair of Brooklyn cousins, Manfred Lee and Frederick Dannay "who used that alias to disguise names that were themselves aliases for other names" (2012: 127), i.e, Manford Emanuel Lepofsky and Daniel Nathan.
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(77.) Kozinski & Newman, supra note 54, at 526; see also Richard Dannay, Copyright Injunctions and Fair Use: Enter eBay--Four-Factor Fatigue or Four-Factor Freedom, 55 J.
Both the author and lead character of his novels, Ellery Queen was actually the partnership of Frederic Dannay and his cousin Manfred Lee.
(3) The most common collaborative format is where the authors successfully write together and evoke one implied author as in the "Ellery Queen" novels, which were written by the cousins Frederick Dannay and Manfred Bennington Lee.
The head of the kidnappers, Abu Humaid Ahmed Dannay, who is also a Misseriya, claimed to be the chief of JEM in Kordofan.