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___ de plume (pseudonyms) ___ de puzzle (crossword writer's pseudonym) ___ Keene (pseudonym associated with Nancy Drew) ___ Scamander, pseudonym of J. K. Rowling ''Out of Africa'' pseudonym Dinesen "Amazing" debunker of pseudoscience "London Magazine" pseudonym: 1820 "Sketches" pseudonym 1983 Woody Allen pseudo-documentary 1983 pseudo-documentary A literary pseudonym Actor's pseudonym Actors' pseudonyms Alan ___ (pseudonym used by film directors) Artist's pseudonym formed from the French pronunciation of his initials Artistic pseudonym derived from its owner's initials Author who has used the pseudonym Newt Scamander Author who went by the pseudonym George Orwell Author's pseudonym Author/illustrator who used the pseudonym Ogdred Weary Ben Franklin pseudonym Blanche ___, pseudonymous author of the 1983 best-seller "Truly Tasteless Jokes" Charles Dickens pseudonym Charles Lamb pseudonym Charles Lamb, pseudonymously Charles Lamb's pseudonym Classic storyteller who wrote under the pseudonym Knickerbocker Clemens pseudonym Court pseudonym Court-case pseudonym Courtroom pseudonym Deco artist's pseudonym Deco pseudonym Dickens pseudonym Dickens's pseudonym Dickensian pseudonym Dudevant's pseudonym Ed McBain was his pseudonym English literary pseudonym Essayist's pseudonym Evans's pseudonym Famed literary pseudonym Familiar pseudonym Famous pseudonym Franklin W. ___ (pseudonym for the Hardy Boys series authors) French pseudonym of a Russian-born designer Garth Brooks pseudonym Chris Geisel's pseudonym H. H. Munro pseudonym H. H. Munro, pseudonymically H. H. Munro, pseudonymously H. H. Munro's pseudonym H.H. Munro pseudonym H.H. Munro, pseudonymously H.H. Munro's pseudonym Her first solo recording ("Ringo, I Love You") was released under the pseudonym Bonnie Jo Mason Hit 1983 pseudo-documentary Jane ___ (Norma McCorvey pseudonym in a landmark 1973 case) John Sinjohn was his pseudonym Lamb pseudonym Lamb's pseudonym Legal pseudonym Legal pseudonym for Norma McCorvey Literary pseudonym Marie Henri Beyle's pseudonym Mary Ann Evans' pseudonym Munro pseudonym Munro's pseudonym Music genre whose artists often have pseudonyms Musician Brian who uses the pseudonyms Nina Bore and Ben O'Rian Nancy Drew books pseudonym Nancy Drew pseudonym Nancy Drew pseudonym Carolyn New Wave band Pseudo ___ Nom de ___ (pseudonym) Norma McCorvey's legal pseudonym Noted literary pseudonym Novel originally published under the pseudonymous byline Currer Bell One guilty of pseudologia Part of the pen name of the author who also once used the pseudonym Pierre Andrézel Pseudo Pseudo ___ ("Funky Town" group) Pseudo butter Pseudo coin Pseudo ending? Pseudo fat Pseudo porker Pseudo surfer Pseudo-aesthetic Pseudo-chocolate source Pseudo-claimants to the throne Pseudo-convertibles Pseudo-documentary set in a ritzy suburb? Pseudo-esthetic Pseudo-powerful one Pseudo-seismologist? Pseudo-surfers Pseudoarchaic adjective Pseudobutter Pseudobutters Pseudologist Pseudologists Pseudologists' fortes Pseudologue Pseudomaniac Pseudomaniacs Pseudonym Pseudonym for Charles Lamb Pseudonym for Nancy Drew authors Pseudonym for Norma McCorvey, in a landmark 1972 case Pseudonym in 1973 headlines Pseudonym in a 1973 court case Pseudonym in court cases Pseudonym in detective fiction Pseudonym in detective stories Pseudonym of 1820 Pseudonym of a noted Freud patient Pseudonym of an 1800s French feminist noted for scandalous behavior Pseudonym of Elizabeth Mackintosh Pseudonym of H. H. Munro Pseudonym of H.H. Munro Pseudonym of Jean Baptiste Poquelin Pseudonym of musician Peter Schickele Pseudonym of poet von Auersperg Pseudonym of the artist Romain de Tirtoff Pseudonym surname, often Pseudonym, for short Pseudonymous "Under Two Flags" author Pseudonymous author of "A Series of Unfortunate Events" Pseudonymous doctor Pseudonymous essayist Pseudonymous plaintiff in a landmark 1973 Supreme Court opinion Pseudonymous short-story master Pseudonymous short-story writer Pseudonymous surname Pseudonymous surname used by a director who doesn't want to be associated with a film Pseudonyms, briefly Pseudopod formers Pseudopod possessor Ramée's pseudonym Revolutionary pseudonym Romain de Tirtoff's pseudonym Seminal punk band who took their name from a Paul McCartney pseudonym Short story pseudonym Some pseudo-thefts Source of a pseudo-chocolate Sports facility, "pseudo-antonym" of 1 Across Suer's pseudonym The Amazing ___ (debunker of pseudoscience) Twain whose first name is a pseudonym Used pseudo-flattery? Viaud's pseudonym Weezer pseudonym ___ Punishment With 1-Across, pseudo-wits Woody Allen pseudo-documentary Writer's pseudonym
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