nom.

nom.

abbr.
nominative
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nom.

abbreviation for
1. nominal
2. (Grammar) nominative
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Le temps des illusions revolu, il pourra enfin porter sur la realite deceptive un regard critique apres qu'il avait ete longtemps sidere par la poetique du nom.
The previous two winners --Rachel Bloom of the CW's "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" and fellow CW star Gina Rodriguez of "Jane the Virgin" --return in a prime example of how frequently the Globes differ from the Emmys, where neither of those acclaimed performances has earned a nom. Emmy favorite Julia Louis-Dreyfus earns her fifth consecutive nom for HBO's "Veep," but has never won for the show.
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48) nous pourrions penser que Goudes est le nom du port, tandis qu'il s'agit d'un village portant ce nom. Pour eviter cette confusion, il serait peut-etre mieux d'employer dans le texte polonais la preposition w (dans).
The determination of NOM fractions in water samples, based on dissolved organic carbon (DOC) mass balance, is necessary to better represent the real composition of the NOM. It is reported that the molecular weight of most dissolved organic matter (DOM) in the Pearl River water sample was <500 Da and its percentage reached 58% [23].
Based on ZeptoLab's multiaward-winning hit puzzle App - Cut The Rope, toy company Vivid has a range of toys and collectables based around the star of the App, a candy-loving character called Om Nom.
Other readers saw evidence of the ultimate downfall of antigay organizations like NOM. "Once DOMA is ruled unconstitutional, NOM will slowly fade away, but not before making a big stink," said one commenter.
We had no trouble finding willing testers for this, but couldn't get much out of them except, 'Uhhh, mmmm, ooohhh, nom nom nom.'
Some of the biggest mega-churches in the country are in Maryland, notes Derek McCoy, an associate pastor at Jackson's church and the director of the Maryland Marriage Alliance, an umbrella group bankrolled in part by NOM. "The difference is they're African American."
In 2006 the ABS introduced a new methodology to measure NOM. This article shows that the effect of this new methodology on NOM estimates was minor.