Legal definition of a.k.a.
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a.k.a.

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This term is used when someone / something has another name, catchphrase, nicknames

Example: peer to peer lending, aka social lending, aka p2p lending
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Also known as", used to introduce pseudonyms, aliases, nicknames, working names, legalized names, pen names, maiden names, etc
Source: Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia. website. license
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also known as: used when someone has another name
Source: Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus. website
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