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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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2% y-o-y expansion in nominal terms and it shrank 4.
Nominal long-term bonds such as Treasury bonds and notes expose long-term investors to inflation risk.
Bonds as may be specified in such notice, at their nominal amount on the
Egypt, the most populous Arab nation, retained its position as the third largest economy in the region, with its nominal GDP standing at 231.
Semantic objects so classed are then the conditions for speech forms, namely, for nominal terminations, as provided by 2.
In particular, real wage flexibility is defined in relation to so-called real (permanent) and nominal (transitory) shocks.
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.
The resultant rise in nominal GDP, which is on a multiyear recovery path, is positive for asset price growth in the next few years.
Following on the general distinction between nominal and explanatory understanding, there is the practical question of what to do.
Since 1997, yields on TIIS have been surprisingly high relative to yields on comparable nominal Treasury securities, with the spread between yields falling, on average, well below survey measures of long-run inflation expectations.
In traditional injection molded part design, the nominal wall section is laid out first, followed by a build-up of projections, ribs, and bosses.