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nominal

/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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The q-o-q nominal growth in manufacturing is primarily explained by the increase in the production of petrochemical products and gas-to-liquids products in Q4, while the sharp y-o-y drop in nominal terms is due to falling international prices, the ministry said.
But how much riskier is investing in short-term bonds or in long-term nominal bonds from the perspective of a long-horizon investor?
The report gave no 2011 figures for Libya because of the internal conflict through that year but showed its nominal GDP stood at around $71.
O realismo nominal foi citado por diversos autores como um conceito importante na teoria de Piaget, e muitos pesquisadores realizaram investigacoes cujos resultados confirmaram as observacoes piagetianas (Ball & Simpson, 1977; Church, 1961; Furth, 1969; Gerschitz & Glick, 1981; Markman, 1976; Papandropoulou & Sinclair, 1974; Pulaski, 1971; Werner, 1948; Williams, 1990, entre outros).
Semantic objects so classed are then the conditions for speech forms, namely, for nominal terminations, as provided by 2.
Per capita nominal GDP in Japan was $34,252 in 2006, the 18th largest among the 30 member countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
A big assumption behind the benign scenario of a tightening labor market boosting nominal GDP in the short-term is that there is no negative demand shock to upset Japan's labor market.
Definition: Nominal understanding grasps sensible and/or imaginable patterns (or compounds and associations of sensible and/or imaginable patterns) merely as sensible and/or imaginable.
By purchasing inflation-indexed securities, they could lock in a real rate of return--measured in terms of the amounts of goods and services that can be purchased--over the maturity of the security, thereby protecting themselves against the possibility that an unexpected rise in inflation would erode the real return on a nominal debt security.
In traditional injection molded part design, the nominal wall section is laid out first, followed by a build-up of projections, ribs, and bosses.
Thus, when the forcing fields exhibit high frequency components the low-order nominal model is not useful for an appropriate problem description.
of Missouri-Rolla, examined the effect of three foam characterisitics (bead type, bead fusion and nominal pattern density on metal velocity and defect formation.