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/nom·i·nal/ (nom´ĭ-n'l) pertaining to a name or names.

nominal

Cardiac pacing adjective Referring to a set of parameters which are usually values that adequately pace most patients; a pacemaker can be programmed to nominal parameters noun The value of a setting at which a device will operate optimally under normal conditions. See Cardiac pacing.
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All provide free use of snorkel and diving gear, wet suits (a nominal fee is charged on some boats), lunch, soda, beer and cocktails.
Federation members attend free, nonmembers pay a nominal fee of $25.
For a nominal fee, community interpreters and students of interpreting educational programs (IEPs) may enroll in external CEU workshops, sponsored by Sorenson Communications in collaboration with community partners.
There will be a nominal fee for the pony rides, the giant slide and the rock-climbing mountain.
It seems truly inequitable for a New York broker to be denied the opportunity to seek redress in a court of law merely because of the failure to obtain a New Jersey license which only requires the completion of an application and payment of a nominal fee.
The city provided the land for a nominal fee and will provide a S10, 000 subsidy per unit to make the homes affordable to moderate- and middle-income families.
According to Peter Saint-Andre, executive director of the JSF, "this will be a small, developer-only event, and the JSF will charge a nominal fee for commercial participants to cover costs associated with the Open Source Developer Labs' hosting of this event.
A petting zoo and ``horsey'' bounce, sponsored by area merchants, will be free for children and pony rides will be available for a nominal fee.