Identity Host

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identity host (n., adj.)
Applies toheadmates

Identity Host is a term for system members that are the public identity of the body. They are the identity that the system presents and or masks as. They don't need to front often or at all, but they may hover around front a lot. They may also be a core/partial core/host/co-host, but it is not necessary.[1]

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