Even his name is a nom de guerre: Before launching the Temple, he went by the somewhat less evocative Doug Mesner.
A former military man, Molina had served under Rios Montt, reportedly under the nom de guerre Major Tito.
But Steinitz had particularly stern words for Abbas, whom he referred to by his nom de guerre, Abu Mazen.
A month-long siege there led to the death of top rebel commander, Youssef al-Jader, who used the nom de guerre Abu Furat.
It is headed by another shadowy figure using the nom de guerre Abu Muhammad al Golani.
Its hue was a dark crimson, with one black stripe--its nom de guerre, the Spitfire.
Which will you have, caballero—my nom de guerre, or any other of my aliases?
I should be the last to accept the honour of your hospitality under a nom de guerre.
He said his name was Cavendish, but it may have been a nom de guerre.
The real author was one Williams, notorious for his nom de guerre, Anthony Pasquin.