Commercial banks in the UK are to get more time to implement a name-check
service that would verify the recipient of money transfers.
How many presentations will name-check
the Jewish state as the "Start-Up Nation?" Will "bipartisan support" make a comeback after a year marred by inter-party strife over the Iran deal?
Chances are, the winner of The Open on Sunday will name-check
a psychologist he's seeing.
REDS legend Jimmy Case at the Echo & the Bunnymen Phil gig, getting a bizarre name-check
from Ian McCulloch.
Yes, nostalgia-wise they've nailed the embarrassing social awkwardness of those late-teen times to a tee - and, let's face it, there can't be too many shows that have one of the characters name-check
Aberbeeg - but we haven't exactly fallen off our seats laughing.
(6) [paragraph] 4 This system, which has its origins in the Eisenhower administration as a means of vetting prospective federal employees, was placed under immense strain in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, when new immigration-related security programs caused the volume of name-check
requests to grow dramatically.
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Perhaps the biggest fan of all is Michael Dawson, who is still grinning from ear-to-ear at the name-check
he got during the show's Christmas special.
"I didn't realise that Phil had given me a name-check
but his newly-extended show sounds good from here.
If it's Tiger (above), he'll probably also name-check
three , o e cocktail waitresses he's seeing.
BEST COMEDY Dirk Gently (BBC Two Wales, Friday, 9pm) * ASK anyone to name-check
the works of the late, great Douglas Adams and they'll probably bang on about Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy.
-Send us YOUR tips, to the address at the top of the page, and we'll give you a name-check