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Word: nomenclature

Definition: terminology(system of specialized words); system of names or naming things

Sentences Containing 'nomenclature'

"The Silmarillion" account closely follows the "Quenta Silmarillion" and is in agreement with it on the events of the war varying mostly in nomenclature.
AN/MPS-25 is the nomenclature of a trailer-mounted production model AN/FPS-16.
Archaic technological nomenclature are forms of speech and writing which, while once commonly used to describe a particular process, method, device, or phenomenon, have fallen into disuse due to the advance of science and technology.
Deionized water is very often used as an "ingredient" in many cosmetics and pharmaceuticals where it is sometimes referred to as "aqua" on product ingredient labels; see International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients.
Dreyfus and Dreyfus introduced nomenclature for the levels of competence in competency development.
Full nomenclature: "Gyurme Thekchok Tenzin Thutop Wangpo Chok Thamchele Nampar Gyalwe De".
He was responsible for managing all spectroscopy, structure drawing and IUPAC nomenclature, products.
In 1978, the name was declared nomenclaturally incorrect according to the rules of International Code of Botanical Nomenclature.
In 2012, Gabrielle and Christopher released their first EP under new nomenclature of TEMP3ST.
In a 1986 publication on "Suillus" taxonomy and nomenclature, and further discussed the synonymy of "S. salmonicolor", "S. subluteus", and "S. pinorigidus".
In March, 2011, the Working Group for Planetary Nomenclature at the International Astronomical Union agreed on a naming scheme for geographical features on Lutetia.
In terms of official Imperial nomenclature, the style "Constantine III" would be more appropriate for his son Constans II (r. 641–668).
In the NUTS (Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics) codes of Italy (IT), the three levels are: NUTS codes.
In the original, logical sense, a differentia is a kind of "concept" - so the notion of "differentia" is a second-order concept, or a "second intention", in the Scholastic nomenclature.
It follows the American nomenclature for year groups meaning there is no "sixth form" as the final year of secondary education is grade 12 rather than year 13 ("Upper Sixth").
It is also the common nomenclature in the classical description of nuclear particle states (e.g. protons and neutrons).
IUPAC Nomenclature for Transformations: Alkoxy,oxo-de-nitrilo-tersubstitution, another name for this reaction is nitrile alcoholysis.
List of archaic technological nomenclature
Marlin used this nomenclature in order not to promote its competitor's products.
More recently, not only have there been changes to the nomenclature, but also attempts to differentiate between species which are believed to be either pathogenic or commensal or both.
Nomenclature, orthography and etymology.
Since then, many changes have been made; see the individual articles about the letters for more detail, and New York City Subway nomenclature for more general information.
Some confusion in nomenclature exists because both mills have on occasion been referred to individually as Pitmilly Mill.
Stratigraphically equivalent and lithologically similar sandstone extends across the international border into Canada, although stratigraphic boundaries and nomenclature can differ.
Taken together, these facts suggest that Lutetia should be classified as a primordial planetesimal. Nomenclature.
Tertiates is an obsolete order of mammals created by Henri-Marie Ducrotay de Blainville in 1839, imitating Linnean nomenclature (Primates).
The 30-30 name finally became synonymous with the cartridge and Winchester ultimately dropped the 30 WCF nomenclature.
The concept of a mafia "Godfather" was an invention of Mario Puzo's and the film's effect was to add the fictional nomenclature to the language.
The consortium sponsors literature regarding updates in the phylogenetics and nomenclature.
The cross system and parallel system walk nomenclature originated with the Naveira/Salas "Investigation Group."
The decision of the Committee for Small Body Nomenclature to assign the name "Wikipedia" to the asteroid was published in the Minor Planet Circular of January 27, 2013.
The indicator AN (originally "Army–Navy") does not necessarily mean that the Army, Navy or Air Force use the equipment, but simply that the type nomenclature was assigned according to the military nomenclature system.
The International Code of Botanical Nomenclature requires each species to be represented by a type collection.
The name "methine" is also sometimes used IUPAC nomenclature, non-systematically, for the methanetriyl group: a carbon with four single bonds, where one bond is to a hydrogen (>CH−).
The National Areas are a part of the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS) of Sweden.
The newer unit was further distinguished by nomenclature: it was known as the "Führerbegleitabteilung" (FBA: "Führer" escort detachment).
The nomenclature of these sites is taken by direct analogy to Growth Hormone, probably the best studied of four helix bundle cytokines.
The proposal to conserve the name "Psilocybe", with "P. semilanceata" as the type was accepted unanimously by the Nomenclature Committee for Fungi in 2009.
The rear wheel drive D platform was a body on frame chassis used only by Imperial from 1957 until 1966, (although Chrysler would not use such nomenclature until 1964).
The sometimes used term "carbylamine" conflicts with systematic nomenclature.
The species was once referred to by American authors as "Clathrus cancellatus" L., as they used a system of nomenclature based on the former American Code of Botanical Nomenclature, in which the starting point for naming species was Linnaeus's 1753 "Species Plantarum".
The town's nomenclature and how it ended up being called Miner's Delight over Hamilton City is a topic of historical debate.
The two main versions, early and late, of the Annals are in agreement with the events but are at variance with nomenclature and dates.
The use of the prefix "isonitrile" has a contradiction in the nomenclature.
There are versions of events and aspects of the war in the "Annals" that are in conflict with those in "Quenta Silmarillion" beyond minor inconsistencies in nomenclature and dates.
There is also a "scientifique" nomenclature offered to the spectator (the relativity of simultaneity), that artists themselves, art critics and art historians have not failed to notice.
This is one of those quirks of nomenclature that have survived over the years.
This nomenclature can also be applied to the hydrogen atoms attached to the carbons.
This round was later chambered by Marlin which designated it the .30-30, which used the black powder cartridge nomenclature of using the caliber as the first number and the grains of powder as the second.
With the arrival of Superliner II cars in the 1990s, the nomenclature for all Superliner lounges with large windows became "Sightseer Lounge".

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