like-named

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like-named

adjgleichnamig
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Merced County Food Bank's Executive Director Bill Gibbs said "The Peach Program is modeled after a very successful like-named project at The Food Trust based in Philadelphia.
After a lifetime of being confused for his fellow Seths, Seth Cohen began the Seth Cohen Project, an attempt to meet as many of his like-named brethren as possible.
Gomorrah," based on the same bestselling book as Matteo Garrone's like-named film, has been sold by Beta Film to more than 30 countries, including the U.
At Osmos Address, a new project space accompanying the like-named photography journal, the exhibition "Extra Mileage" was Roehr's first in the US in two decades and included just six works.
The Rain Spray soothes the skin and the Grohe Bokoma Spray recreates the effect of a fingertip massage just as the like-named massaging device traditionally used by Australian Aborigines; eight dynamic nozzles create a 'breathing' effect as they open and close," the spokesperson added.
Roch's Church his home parish, and he never attended a like-named church until April 22, when he accompanied some of the student tourists to St.
Joining Goldstein in this year-end issue are two more stellar humanist awardees, 2011 Humanist Heroine Judy Norsigian, whose Our Bodies, Ourselves books and like-named organization continue to revolutionize women's health, and biblical scholar and critic Bart Ehrman, whose ability to write best-sellers is matched, you'll see, by his comic timing.
Our boxes get more pilot-proof each year, but some of these two-letter identifiers have like-named friends in places like Venezuela that could put you a bit off-course until you realized the error.
Cafe Puschka (above) on Hardman Street is the latest venture from the team behind its like-named predecessor, just around the corner on Rodney Street.
That number will have Wilkinson front and center of 24 thundering step dancers in "Spirit of the Dance," one of six like-named dance groups traveling the globe to do a show that has won nine Global Awards, including best choreography and best international production.
Unlike her like-named contemporary, however, Ferrick is a three-chord rocker who has never lived up to the potential of her early work.
So what begins as a lark soon becomes an obsession, as Gorman begins traversing Europe and, eventually, the globe, in search of like-named fellows.