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* ''Film/MissMeadows'': Miss Meadows' first name is revealed as being Mary.

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* ''Fanfic/DungeonKeeperAmi'' has [[ADungeonIsYou Keeper]] [[Anime/SailorMoon Mercury]] and his chief warlock, [[TokenEvilTeammate Torian]], create a hair-growing spell from a modified beard spell, the "Beastly Beard Booster" spell.


* ''Film/{{Knockout}}'' has Ron Regent and Tanya "Terminator" Tessaro.

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* ''Film/{{Knockout}}'' has Ron Regent and Tanya "Terminator" "The Terminator" Tessaro.


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* The Monster Maze from ''Fanfic/CalvinAndHobbesTheSeries''. Lampshaded by Hobbes:
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The Monster Maze from ''Fanfic/CalvinAndHobbesTheSeries''.Maze. Lampshaded by Hobbes:
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* In ''Fanfic/WithThisRingGreenLantern'', Hector Hammond names his current super-villain team the "Triumvirate of Terror", although the name fails to terrify -and impress- Hal Jordan.
-->'''Hector Hammond:''' "Now, Green Lantern, be sure to tell your fellow Corpsmen on the other side that the last foes you fought were known, collectively, as the Triumvirate of Terror."\\
'''Hal Jordan:''' "Go to hell, Hammond."


While TruthInTelevision, RealLife examples [[Administrivia/PeopleSitOnChairs are way more common than it is in fiction and hasn't a significant relevance to be added here]]. But on the other hand, real-life examples for [[AlliterativeFamily Alliterative Families]] are allowed as it is way less common.

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While TruthInTelevision, RealLife examples [[Administrivia/PeopleSitOnChairs are way more common than it is in fiction and hasn't a significant relevance to be added here]]. But on On the other hand, real-life examples for [[AlliterativeFamily Alliterative Families]] are allowed as it is way less common.


While TruthInTelevision, RealLife examples [[Administrivia/PeopleSitOnChairs are way more common than it is in fiction and hasn't a significant relevance to be added here]].

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While TruthInTelevision, RealLife examples [[Administrivia/PeopleSitOnChairs are way more common than it is in fiction and hasn't a significant relevance to be added here]]. But on the other hand, real-life examples for [[AlliterativeFamily Alliterative Families]] are allowed as it is way less common.


While TruthInTelevision, this is way too common, so no RealLife examples.

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While TruthInTelevision, this is way too common, so no RealLife examples.examples [[Administrivia/PeopleSitOnChairs are way more common than it is in fiction and hasn't a significant relevance to be added here]].


* ''Film/{{Knockout}}'' has Ron Regent and Tanya "Terminator" Tessario.

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* ''Film/{{Knockout}}'' has Ron Regent and Tanya "Terminator" Tessario.Tessaro.

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* ''Film/{{Knockout}}'' has Ron Regent and Tanya "Terminator" Tessario.


* The pop bumpers in ''Pinball/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'', according to a flyer, are called "Bronco Bumpers".

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* The pop bumpers in ''Pinball/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'', ''Pinball/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesDataEast'', according to a flyer, are called "Bronco Bumpers".


In comic books, this is especially true of the names of {{Super Hero}}es or their close hangers-on. It was a favorite tool of Creator/StanLee's, since, swarmed with projects, he often had trouble remembering the characters' names, and the alliteration worked as a mnemonic device. (Though it didn't always work perfectly Lee occasionally referred to "Peter Palmer" and "Bob Banner".)

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In comic books, this is especially true of the names of {{Super Hero}}es or their close hangers-on. It was a favorite tool of Creator/StanLee's, since, swarmed with projects, he often had trouble remembering the characters' names, and the alliteration worked as a mnemonic device. (Though it didn't always work perfectly Lee occasionally referred to "Peter Palmer" "'''P'''eter '''P'''almer" and "Bob Banner"."'''B'''ob '''B'''anner".)


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A variation consists of [[DownplayedTrope downplaying]] the alliteration by having a prefix before the surname. Such as "'''A'''lice Mc'''A'''llister" or "'''B'''ob O''''B'''rien".


** B.B. is also present in some films, such as Bobby Boucher, the title character in ''Film/TheWaterboy'', or Babe Bennett, the love interest in ''MrDeeds''.

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** B.B. is also present in some films, such as Bobby Boucher, the title character in ''Film/TheWaterboy'', or Babe Bennett, the love interest in ''MrDeeds''.''Film/MrDeeds''.


In RealLife an alliterative name is a name in which the first and last names begin with the same letter. In more extreme cases, this can also include the middle name.

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In RealLife an alliterative name is a name in which the first and last names begin with the same letter.sound. In more extreme cases, this can also include the middle name.

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* ''Fanfic/ViridianTheGreenGuide'': Izuku is nicknamed the Green Guide by the Pro Heroes who know him.


* You Tube Creator, [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtKUW8LJK2Ev8hUy9ZG_PPA Welker Farms]] has a giant tractor called Big Bud. They have an attatchment they use to build and move grain bins on their Montana Farm. The call the complete machine [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUP-Ye5MvV0 Bob's Big Bud Bin Boom]].

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* You Tube Creator, [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtKUW8LJK2Ev8hUy9ZG_PPA Welker Farms]] has a giant tractor called Big Bud. They have an attatchment they use to build and move grain bins on their Montana Farm. The call the complete machine [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUP-Ye5MvV0 Bob's Big Bud Bud]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jC5Z-3xhbbs Bin Boom]].

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