Examples of last name in a Sentence
His first name is John and his last name is Smith.
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Recent Examples of last name from the Web
So why has Kit resurfaced in New Hampshire at 44, with a new last name, a stash of money, no visible husband and memories of a clinically significant number of therapy sessions?
In some editions Wednesday, special counsel Robert Mueller’s last name was misspelled as Muller in one reference in a Page One article about congressional lawmakers’ warnings against firing the special counsel.
Dmitriev flew into the Seychelles Jan. 11, 2017 with his wife Natalia Popova and another woman with the last name Boldovskaia.
An organization working with the family has given different spellings for Marcelina's last name, but Delano police and ICE have given it as Profecto.
But with the Packers’ future Hall-of-Fame quarterback limited to a half-dozen games last season, the tight end of the same last name too often came up empty-handed.
Lake Forest’s next city council is now officially in place with the re-election of three sitting aldermen — and one new member with a familiar last name coming on board.
Only believerscould find homes or work, and still the population grew to more than 10,000, all with the same handful of last names.
With Hawking Renowned atheist author Richard Dawkins claims that a combination of similar last names and naive news producers has confused him for the late Stephen Hawking.
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LAST NAME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of last name for English Language Learners
: the name that comes at the end of someone's full name
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