Recent Examples of unnamed from the Web
Rosen — a Chicago native and political newcomer looking to flip one of the country’s most coveted U.S. Senate seats — ran the unnamed, one-woman operation between 1993 and 2002, according to her campaign.
All of the reports rely on unnamed and unsourced information.
Silva has been on their radar since late 2017, and was sacked by Watford in January 2018 for his involvement in an 'unwarranted approach' from an unnamed Premier League club - widely believed to be Everton.
For Kate’s ring, the Queen gifted William with the gold and an expert craftsman, unnamed by the palace but likely to be the Crown Jeweler Harry Collins, was tasked with fashioning the nugget into a piece for her.
According to court records reviewed by KY3 in Springfield, Taylor DeWolfe, 17, and an unnamed juvenile admitted to intentionally killing the puppy.
So many lip balms leave a sheen and, in the case of one natural brand that will go unnamed, a white film that should have come with an NC-17 rating.
The friend goes unnamed because she can’t be identified; her face has been obscured.
The unnamed professor had traveled to Bonn — West Germany's former capital city — to hold a guest lecture.
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