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Subject:Re: Help with fake names issue From:Gene Kim-Eng <techwr -at- genek -dot- com> To:Cindy Daoust <cynthiadaoust -at- gmail -dot- com> Date:Thu, 29 Mar 2012 10:32:09 -0700
If this is an issue I would choose names of fictional characters from works
that are in the public domain. I sometimes use characters from George
Eliot's "Silas Marner," my revenge upon the most boring book I ever had to
read in school.
If there aren't enough names in that book, I can also recommend Thomas
Hardy's "The Return of the Native," which has an even larger cast of wholly
On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 9:30 AM, Cindy Daoust
> I have been provided with a list of acceptable names to use in a
> training project that includes things like "Deadlines, Expects Many,"
> "Flare, Shiny Red" and "Paint, Many Colors."
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