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nominal

Bell-ringing the harmonic an octave above the strike tone of a bell
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But instead of having any thing to do, instead of having any profession chosen for me, or being allowed to chuse any myself, I returned home to be completely idle; and for the first twelvemonth afterwards I had not even the nominal employment, which belonging to the university would have given me; for I was not entered at Oxford till I was nineteen.
Having further accustomed themselves to the breaking of furniture and the staining of walls -- to thumping, tumbling, hammering, and screaming; to doors always banging, and to footsteps perpetually running up and down stairs -- the nominal master and mistress of the house fondly believed that their chief troubles were over.
De la garde nationale Americaine = of the American national guard-- Cooper is here satirizing the pretensions and gaudy uniforms of civilians holding nominal commissions as "Colonels" of American state militias}
Even your constant little heart need not take fright at such a nominal change.
Gross value of construction works in real terms is derived by deflating the corresponding nominal value with an appropriate price index to the price level in the base period of 2000.
Iran's nominal production capacity is planed to reach 70 million tons per year by March 2018.
Also, the share capital will thus be increased by a total nominal amount of DKK292,540.
In nominal terms, mining and quarrying showed a plunge of 44.
It has focused on real GDP growth; but decided to put as much focus on nominal GDP from next year as part of efforts to discontinue the country's lower inflation trend.
Central bankers, professional economists, and market observers routinely follow the evolution of "breakeven inflation," or the spread between the yields on nominal government bonds and the yields on inflation-indexed bonds of equivalent maturity, as an indicator of real-time inflation expectations from bond market participants.
Figures by a key Arab League organization showed nominal growth is expected at around 17.
Based on analysis, the report found that the highest percentage of value traded (34 percent) YTD has come from stocks with nominal prices under SR15 (up from an average of 18-19 percent in 2010-2011).