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NOM

On drawings, abbr. for “nominal.”
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C'est un contact si decevant que le nom cesse de donner de cette ville l'image diapree et merveilleuse que le personnage proustien verse en elle.
ISIL's War Council Commander Omar Abd Hamed al-Fahdawi nom de guerre Abu Tarif al-Fahdawi, Chief of the Levant's governors Abu Walid al-Sinawi, Security Commander of the Levant Abu Islam al-Kurdi and Military Commander of Ferat Velayat Ahmad Yahya Zeidan nom de guerre Abu Hassan al-Askari were among the terrorist commanders killed in the Iraqi air raid.
Like her TV husband, Keri Russell enjoys her first nom for FX's "The Americans" in the show's fourth season, but she won this category back in 1999 for her breakthrough work in "Felicity." Winona Ryder also has a Golden Globe (for Martin Scorsese's "The Age of Innocence"), and her first significant series TV role on Netflix's "Stranger Things" has garnered her a first Globe TV nom as well.
Nom's message to his boy is: "Fly High My Son 1992-2016."
From among the rest of the languages in our sample, the [NA.sub.NOM/ABS]--[SP/FOC.sub.OBL] CA-frame also prevailed in Hungarian: the Non-Agent was coded as NOM in 7 out of 10 sentences, in HU, in Bulgarian and Portuguese: 6 out of 10 sentences (quite interestingly, in Slovak: 5 out of 10 sentences were classified as A/II).
It is fantastic news that your Mini Nom Nom's range for children is doing so well.
During the House of Representatives investigation into the Mamasapano debacle Wednesday, de Lima answered a question by Antipolo Representative Romeo Acop if the use of aliases or nom de guerre would invalidate the documents Iqbal signed pertaining to the peace process.
In addition, the criteria for NOM has vastly differed among different centers and include different thresholds of age, hemodynamic status, grade of the organ injury, presence or absence of extra-abdominal injuries, abdominal tenderness etc.