High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! "Question book-new.svg This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Retroactive nomenclature is the telling of the earlier history of a person, place or thing while referring to said person, place or thing by a name that came into use at a later date. One easily understandable example of retroactive nomenclature is an Anglo-American tradition that a woman adopts the surname of the man she marries while remembering her ""maiden name"" as the way she was referred to her pre-marital days. Radio talk-show host Michael Medved once made the statement: ""Hillary Clinton used to be conservative when I knew her in our college days."" But in Hillary Rodham's college days she was not yet married to Bill Clinton; therefore there was no ""Hillary Clinton"" at that time. However, such a case as this is easily understood that he meant the woman who later became Hillary Clinton.
RedaktorLambert M. Surhone
RedaktorMiriam T. Timpledon
RedaktorSusan F. Marseken
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Lambert M. Surhone
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