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used in Running in the Family

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a state where the identity of someone is unknown — for example, the name of an author or the name of a donor

or (more rarely): a lack of individuality or interesting features
  • Automatically as I travel on the tug with my brother-in-law, a pilot in the harbour, I sing "the lights in the harbour don't shine for me ...." but I love it here, skimming out into the night anonymous among the lazy commerce, my nieces dancing on the breakwater as they wait, the lovely swallowing of thick night air as it carves around my brain, blunt, cleaning itself with nothing but this anonymity, with the magic words.
    p. 134.8

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