Annotations to James Joyce's Ulysses/Eumaeus/584

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alias     otherwise known as. Although the phrase has been borrowed from Latin, it has become a naturalized English expression and is not generally italicized;[1] but the narrator of this episode (Bloom?) italicizes most words that have been borrowed from foreign languages, whether they have been naturalized or not. See also 308.27.

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