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23rd Sep '17 12:09:10 PM john_e
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** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent "Hell Bent"]], all the Gallifreyan characters are credited in this way: "The General", "The Woman" and so on. Even "The President", who's only too happy to tell anyone prepared to listen that his name is Rassilon.
17th Sep '17 9:54:36 AM AlexBruce
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** [[Music/ArcadeFire Arcade Fire]] are similarly inconsistent. Their album covers etc generally stick to just "Arcade Fire", but the band fairly often refer to themselves as ''the'' Arcade Fire.


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* The old Shandalar MagicTheGathering game features quiz questions inside dungeons that refer to cards with a "the" (e.g. What is the power rating of ''the'' Shivan Dragon?), which stands out as odd because it's not how card names in the source game are normally said.
16th Sep '17 2:27:58 PM ScroogeMacDuck
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* Standard fare for the ghosts and demons in Fanfic/TheMansionverse. "The" Hatbox Ghost, "the" Ghost Host, "the" One-Eyed Black Catů even [[TheCameo "the" Mothman]].
23rd Aug '17 1:05:55 PM Divra
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* The chief of a Scots clan will usually refer to himself or herself in this way: the chief of Clan Cameron, for instance, is "the Cameron" (or, more formally, "the Cameron of Lochiel", Lochiel being the Camerons' ancestral home. If a chieftainship descends to someone who doesn't have the clan name as their surname - say, to the child of a woman who married outside the clan - the new chief is expected to change his or her surname to match.

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* The chief of a Scots clan will usually refer to himself or herself in this way: the chief of Clan Cameron, for instance, is "the Cameron" (or, more formally, "the Cameron of Lochiel", Lochiel being the Camerons' ancestral home.home). If a chieftainship descends to someone who doesn't have the clan name as their surname - say, to the child of a woman who married outside the clan - the new chief is expected to change his or her surname to match.
23rd Aug '17 1:04:39 PM Divra
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* The chief of a Scots clan will usually refer to himself or herself in this way: the chief of Clan [=MacFarlane=], for instance, is "the[= MacFarlane=]" (or, more formally, "the[= MacFarlane=] of[= MacFarlane=]" or "the[= MacFarlane=] of that ilk]). (If a chieftainship descends to someone who doesn't have that clan name as their surname - say, to the child of a woman who married outside the clan - the new chief is expected to change his or her surname to match.)

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* The chief of a Scots clan will usually refer to himself or herself in this way: the chief of Clan [=MacFarlane=], Cameron, for instance, is "the[= MacFarlane=]" "the Cameron" (or, more formally, "the[= MacFarlane=] of[= MacFarlane=]" or "the[= MacFarlane=] "the Cameron of that ilk]). (If Lochiel", Lochiel being the Camerons' ancestral home. If a chieftainship descends to someone who doesn't have that the clan name as their surname - say, to the child of a woman who married outside the clan - the new chief is expected to change his or her surname to match.)
18th Aug '17 3:37:21 PM Kartoonkid95
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* [[Creator/CartoonNetwork The Cartoon Network]] stopped using the "The" on-air in by the end of 1995. It's still used in their legal name, however.
12th Aug '17 1:48:48 AM parabolic000
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** Also in New Vegas, both [[MadeOfIron Joshua]] [[OneManArmy Graham]] and [[EvilOverlord Caesar]] refer to the territory that was once the state of Utah as ''The Utah.''
4th Aug '17 11:18:40 AM BeerBaron
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* Likewise in ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''. We have [[Videogame/TheElderScrollsArena The Eternal Champion]], [[Videogame/TheElderScrollsIIDaggerfall The Agent]], [[Videogame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind The Nerevarine]], [[Videogame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion The Hero of Kvatch / Savior of Bruma / Champion of Cyrodiil]], and [[Videogame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim The Dragonborn]].

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* Likewise ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
** The RedBaron of the PlayerCharacter
in ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''. We have each game in the series to date has had one. To note: [[Videogame/TheElderScrollsArena The Eternal Champion]], [[Videogame/TheElderScrollsIIDaggerfall The Agent]], [[Videogame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind The Nerevarine]], [[Videogame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion The Hero of Kvatch / Savior of Bruma / Champion of Cyrodiil]], and [[Videogame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim The Dragonborn]].Dragonborn]], and [[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsOnline The Soulless One]].
** The [=HoonDing=] is the Yokudan/Redguard spirit of perseverance over infidels and the "[[TheJuggernaut Make Way]]" god. The [=HoonDing=] has historically [[GodInHumanForm manifested]] whenever it is needed to "make way" for the Yokudan/Redguard people. It is almost always referred to as "The" [=HoonDing=].
15th Jul '17 10:43:36 AM nombretomado
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** An exception are the two American destroyers, USS ''The Sullivans'' (DD-537 which fought during WorldWarII, and the later DDG-68), in which the name actually ''is'' spelled with a "the" (the ships are named for the five Sullivan brothers killed during the sinking of USS ''Juneau'').

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** An exception are the two American destroyers, USS ''The Sullivans'' (DD-537 which fought during WorldWarII, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, and the later DDG-68), in which the name actually ''is'' spelled with a "the" (the ships are named for the five Sullivan brothers killed during the sinking of USS ''Juneau'').
5th Jul '17 7:27:19 AM Malady
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* Accelerator from ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'' is often referred to as 'The Accelerator
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