This was even before the nonprofit group hired a Boston law firm to investigate its namesake as Newsweek was preparing its story.
Her namesake magazine returns this month with a second installment.
Although Valli presents his namesake label in Paris, he also wants to give back to his Italian roots.
His successor, of course, is the woman who founded the company in 1968: its namesake, Jil Sander.
The sand on its namesake beach turns gray as the sun dips behind the Two Brothers, twin granite spires at the far side of the bay.
Are you inclined to part with the cup that belonged to my namesake Plutarch?
An' him—his namesake—he was cock-eyed, too—I seed him onct at New 'Leens.
His good luck took him to a cousin, a namesake of the Emperor Theophilus, and in his patrons train he went to the Peloponnese.
I had a namesake once who came to London, and I wondered if you possibly knew him.
A life-time as long as that conferred upon the namesake of Tithonus.
"person named for the sake of someone," 1640s, probably originally (for the) name's sake.