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★ Name

23,956.  My name is Christopher Pike.  Commander of the space vehicle Enterprise.  (Star Trek & Name)  Star Trek pilot episode The Cage (as digitally remastered), completed and rejected by NBC 1965, writer Gene Roddenberry, director Robert Butler, Captain Pike to Talosians

 

 

24,590.  My name will blaze across the stars long after your petty treacheries have been forgotten.  (Star Trek & Name)  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Dramatis Personae s1e18, Sisko to Kira

 

 

25,075.  Kes:  What’s your name?

 

Doctor:  What purpose would a name serve a hologram?  (Star Trek & Name & Hologram)  Star Trek: Voyager: Parallax s1e3

 

 

25,097.  I would like a name.  (Star Trek & Name)  Star Trek: Voyager: Eye of the Needle s1e7 ***** Doctor

 

 

25,200.  Choosing a name is no easy matter.  I speak from experience.  (Star Trek & Name)  Star Trek: Voyager: Dreadnought 2e17, Doctor to Ensign Wildman, with Kes

 

 

25,202.  Hello, my name is Q.  (Star Trek & Name)  Star Trek: Voyager: Death Wish s2e18, asylum-seeking Q

 

 

25,344.  But you may call me Seven of Nine.  (Star Trek & Name)  Star Trek: Voyager: Scorpion II s4e1

 

 

25,468.  My designation is Seven of Nine tertiary adjunct of Uni-matrix 01.  But you can call me Seven of Nine.  (Star Trek & Name)  Star Trek: Voyager: Drone s5e2, Seven of Nine to new Borgie

 

 

27,551.  The name Hitler was popular among the Jewish population in one part of Poland.  (Nazi & Family & Name)  Nazi Secrets: Hitler’s Family Skeletons

 

 

27,952.  One day people will know my name.  (Nazi & Name)  Josef Mengele

 

 

28,639.  My name is not Clay.  Clay is the name of the people that owned my ancestors, and I no longer wanna be called by that slave name.  (Slavery & Name & Boxing)  Muhammad Ali

 

 

39,312.  Cassius Clay was my slave name.  I am no longer a slave.  (Boxing & Name)  Muhammad Ali

 

 

39,421.  You keep saying Cassius Clay.  My name is Muhammad Ali.  And you will announce it right there in the centre of that ring after the fight if you don’t do it now.  You are acting just like an old Uncle Tom.  Another Floyd Patterson.  I’m going to punish you.  (Boxing & Name)  Muhammad Ali to Ernie Tyrell

 

 

39,422.  What’s my name?  (Boxing & Name)  Muhammad Ali to Ernie Terrell throughout fight

 

 

56,819.  No names, no pack-drill.  (Proverb & Name)  Early 20th century proverb

 

 

30,551.  As I shall be known from now on – the Black Vegetable.  (England & Name)  Curtis & Atkinson, The Black Adder: The Foretelling

 

 

32,329.  The Saxe-Coburg-Gothas of Buckingham Palace ... By adopting the name Windsor, George had transformed his family name from a dangerous liability into a reassuring emblem of Britishness.  (George V & Name)  King George and Queen Mary: The Royals who Rescued the Monarchy, BBC 2012 I

 

 

39,561.  I named all my sons George Edward Foreman.  And I tell people, ‘If you’re going to get hit as many times as I’ve been hit by Mohammad Ali, Joe Frazier, Ken Norton, Evander Holyfield – you’re not going to remember many names.’  (Boxing & Name)  George Foreman

 

 

39,668.  There are nine million people who see me in the ring and hate my guts.  Most of them are white.  That’s OK.  Just spell my name right.  (Boxing & Name)  Mike Tyson

 

 

41,137.  Now, what kind of place is it where people forget to name their children?  Aravind Adiga, The White Tiger

 

 

41,138.  Speed?  It’s a female, isn’t it?  Wouldn’t Crack be more appropriate?  Ian Pattison, Rab C Nesbitt, Fruit, Jamsey to Rab

 

 

41,162.  In the name of our Saviour Jesus Christ I baptise you Marvin Temazepam Bullet the Dog Pure Quality My-Boy’s-Been-Here-All-Night £10 Deal McMenamie.  Ian Pattison, Rab C Nesbitt: Fight, Vicar

 

 

41,139.  We all have names we don’t know about.  Martin Amis

 

 

41,145.  My name is Charles Highway, though you wouldn’t think it to look at me.  It’s such a rangy, well-travelled, big-cocked name and, to look at, I am none of these.  Martin Amis, The Rachel Papers p1

 

 

41,140.  The studio figured that Marion was not exactly a proper name for an American hero.  John Wayne, interview The Parkinson Show

 

 

41,143.  The glory and the nothing of a name.  Lord Byron, Churchill's Grave

 

 

41,144.  With a name like yours, you might be any shape, almost.  Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking Glass

 

 

41,143.  Dear 338171 (May I call you 338?)  Noel Coward, letter to T E Lawrence

 

 

41,144.  Perhaps my name too will be linked with theirs.  Ovid, Ars Amatoria

 

 

41,146.  [Sir Arthur] Streeb-Greebling is my name.  Peter Cook & Dudley Moore, Not Only But Also 1965

 

 

41,179.  [Peter Cook in armchair with rug over knees before fire with copy of E L Wisty’s Tales of the Much as We Expected]  Ronald is a pretty ordinary name.  And until I dropped the n nobody took any notice.   Peter Cook & Company 1980

 

 

41,147.  One day I wrote her name upon the strand,

But came the waves and washed it away:

Again I wrote it with a second hand,

But came the tide, and made my pains his prey.  Edmund Spenser, Amoretti sonnet 75

 

 

41,148.  There stands the ghost of a great name.  Lucan A.D. 39-65, of Pompey

 

 

41,153.  The Causes and Consequences of Distinctively Black Names.  Roland G Fryer junior & Steven D Levitt, article The Quarterly Journal of Economic August 2004

 

41,154.  Names don’t matter so much ... What they name you just doesn’t matter.  ibid.  

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