Alias the Deacon
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- "Alias the Deacon" is a 1928 silent film produced and released by Universal Pictures. Based on a stage play, it was directed by Edward Sloman and is preserved at the Library of Congress.
- "Alias the Deacon" directed by Christy Cabanne released on May 17, 1940.
Alias The Deacon is a theater production.
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by David Mellinkoff
Fiction writers have helped to give alias a bad name <Alias Jimmy Valentine/ Alias the Deacon>, and legitimate usage suffers by association. d.b.a. ( sometimes d/b/a) is the standard abbreviation for doing business as, a business relative of a.k.a., trying to disclaim kinship with nasty alias. It too introduces another name by which one is known, a fictitious firm name: another name, often registered, under which an individual or an organization conducts business. A variation in bilingual ...
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