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One who is referred to as eponymous is someone that gives their name to something. i.e. the name of a car manufacturer or sports team, Ford, Ferrari or Brawn (F1)
No, the compound noun 'sports car' is a common noun, a word for any sports car of any kind. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing. A proper noun for the common noun sports car is the name of a specific sports car, for example Ferrari, Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Corvette, etc.
No. But there is a luxury car by the name of Roles Royce Ghost that is not considered to be a sports car but is still very powerful.
One who is referred to as eponymous is someone that gives their name to something. i.e. the name of a car manufacturer or sports team, ford, Ferrari or Brawn (F1)
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If you cant spell your name right then you have no business owning or driving a car
It depends on what kind of car you have. If you have a huge hummer or semi, you probably can. But if you have a Harley, no you cant.
no you cant sign it its in her name. she can sign it over to you or she can add your name to the title but no u cant sign it because its not in your name.