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n a system of words used to name things in a particular discipline
Patronymic nomenclature prevailed throughout the country from Viking days and until 1828, when it was banned by law in favor of family surnames as institutions like public .
And for many others the folks who feel most strongly about marriage and most passionately supported the expensive campaign to defeat gay marriage the issue of nomenclature .
The LHC won't begin operation until this summer, but when Higgs, 78, made his first visit there on April 5, it was, in the nomenclature of particle physics, "an event.
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The Forager: Arugula makes most things fabulous I much prefer the British Commonwealth name, rocket, to our American nomenclature, arugula. Rocket neatly calls out the fiery bite and tingly mouth sensation of this pretty, peppery green.
June 19, 2013 - Boulder Daily Camera
Rental Reveals: Jupiter 21 Launches 52 Non-$10 Units Into Leasing Orbit Let the interplanetary puns commence. Jupiter 21, the new luxury rental building put up by BFC Partners on the site of much beloved East Village dive Mars Bar (see the nomenclature connection?), has officially started leasing. Corcoran has 12...
June 18, 2013 - Curbed New York
VIDEO: The 2014 BMW 4-Series Debuts IN MOTION And With Design Commentary Yesterday was the day. The 2014 BMW 4-Series coupe was born. Not only does this mark an all-new nomenclature that will likely become historical for BMW, it also means that the 3-Series finally gets its sportier sibling.
June 16, 2013 - Auto Spies
Jimmy Raye in San Jose Mercury News We've come almost 180 degrees from a year ago,Raye said, "in terms of the basic, fundamental understanding of the words and nomenclature of the system and trying to get past that point."
Silvio Berlusconi in The Australian Men never change, it's the same old communist nomenclature, the same ideology,Mr Berlusconi said.