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Have you named the baby yet?
We named our puppy Buddy.
The Palms Hotel is aptly named.
How many state capitals can you name?
They've been named as the chief suspects in the investigation.
Name a time, and I'll be there.
I really want it. Just name your price!
He was named player of the year at the awards ceremony.
She was named to the post last Wednesday.
Weston was named as captain of the Varsity football team.
They've asked that a special prosecutor be named to investigate.
We intend to name and shame companies which use child labor.
a witness willing to name names
Everglades Camp offers horseback riding, tennis, water sports, you name it.
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