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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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and national defense, and so become only nominally private.
The superalloy material is a nickel-based alloy with a composition including nominally mass fractions 60 % Ni, 5 % Cr, 10 % Go, and a number of additional alloying elements.
He is also suspected of purchasing paintings and furniture worth about 10 million yen by nominally listing the expenses as renovation costs for the official residence, according to the sources.
This project was completed quickly by using equipment from nominally civilian facilities, such as those used to produce vaccines; the factory itself produced biological agent, which was filled into weapons and deployed in late 1990.
5 million and a nominally priced long-term lease on the land.
This and the widespread ignorance and dissoluteness which they perceived in the nominally Catholic clergy horrified the Jesuits, whose advent meant the end of medieval indiscipline.
While most people in the mainly French-speaking province are nominally Catholic, church influence there has almost disappeared.
Shrink: determine uniform and anisotropic shrink allowances to produce a nominally dimensioned, uniform part;
Reportedly, each restricted stock unit is awarded cost-free and provides the owner with a right and obligation to receive one share in Genmab A/S of nominally DKK1.
Tenders are invited for Work consists of asphalt pavement removal and repaving of a the general aviation apron with nominally 3" thick asphalt pavement.
In spite of the clout nominally wielded by the leader of America's second-largest city, previous officials have rarely attracted the rock star-esque attention focused on the velvet-voiced politician.
In recent years, the phrase "public-private partnership" has come into vogue as a description of nominally private corporate concerns that work intimately with the federal government.