`Musqueton' but `Mouston.' Since I have had the honor of being my lord's steward I have taken the last name
as more dignified and calculated to make my inferiors respect me.
The last name
was written in pencil, and Amy explained that he was to rewrite it in ink and seal it up for her properly.
In the first place, I must tell you that I was born in Omaha, and my father, who was a politician, named me Oscar Zoroaster Phadrig Isaac Norman Henkle Emmannuel Ambroise Diggs, Diggs being the last name
because he could think of no more to go before it.
She thought about him the very first moment on waking; and his was the very last name
mentioned m her prayers.
Their last names
were unpronounceable, so they were called Pavel and Peter.
The star admitted that she wanted to take up the last name
of the musician husband because she's a "romantic" person.
Grant and Sandy Milne (Grant was the last name
in the register in 1999 before the school closed)
"Growing up, when I would tell someone my last name
, they would always say 'hmmm; I don't know' as a joke."
That said, there is technically a last name
that male descendants of the Queen, including Prince Harry, can use whenever it is needed.
The result: participants who had the same last name
as the customer blamed the waitress for the service failure, while those with the same last name
as the waitress blamed the customer instead.
President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon in 2007 refused from the Russified ending of his name - ov - in his last name
and changed it into a national name.
To celebrate United Airlines' new daily, nonstop service between its Houston hub and Sydney, Australia starting January 18, the airline is searching for individuals across the US -- excluding New York and Florida -- with the first or last name
Sydney to enter for a chance to visit the city of their namesake with one guest through a sweepstakes at SydneyHoustonUnited.com, the company said.