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nominal

Bell-ringing the harmonic an octave above the strike tone of a bell
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In nominal terms, the sector's growth has witnessed a 23.
Nominal long-term bonds achieve this objective only when inflation risk is low.
In 2011, Iraq was the 7th largest Arab economy with a nominal GDP of around $108.
For example, a conventional machine that has a nominal space cooling capacity of 60 kbtu/h (17.
It is precisely the issue of the status of what is termed karman as the condition for the occurrence of krt-affixes and nominal terminations that is the crux of a problem in the derivation of the upapada tatpurusa compound kumbhak[a.
In order to measure real wage flexibility, we need a variable characterising the development of labour costs both in nominal and real terms.
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.
This study attributes this "valuation puzzle" to several factors: investor difficulty adjusting to a new asset class, divergent supply trends between TIIS and nominal Treasuries, and the lower liquidity of TIIS.
Typical guidelines for solid injection molding recommend an aspect ratio of rib width to nominal wall thickness ranging from 0.
Thus, when the forcing fields exhibit high frequency components the low-order nominal model is not useful for an appropriate problem description.
PFA-Flex UHP materials are available in two grades, including PFA-Flex X 8502 UHP with a nominal 2 melt flow index for tubing applications, and PFA-Flex X8515 UHP with a nominal 15 melt flow index for injection molding applications.