NOM


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AcronymDefinition
NOMNational Organization for Marriage (Princeton, NJ)
NOMNatural Organic Matter
NOMNominative (grammatical case)
NOMNorma Oficial Mexicana
NOMNominal
NOMNomenclature
NOMNumber of Methods
NOMNotice of Modification
NOMNoua Ordine Mondiala (Romanian: New World Order)
NOMNet Overseas Migration (Australia)
NOMNational Organization for Men
NOMNetwork Object Model
NOMNovus Ordo Missae (Mass of Paul VI)
NOMNaissance on Melrose
NOMNetBackup Operations Manager (software)
NOMNintendo Online Magazine (gaming)
NOMNoble Metal
NOMNegotiation, Organizations & Markets (Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
NOMNetwork Object Model (Microsoft)
NOMNo Offence Meant
NOMNatural Organic Material
NOMNoordelijke Ontwikkelings Maatschappij
NOMNation of Men
NOMNintendo Official Magazine
NOMNationaal Onderzoek Multimedia (Dutch)
NOMNetwork Operation Manager (software)
NOMNational Online Meeting
NOMNew Order Mormon (religion)
NOMNominate/Nominee
NOMNot Original Motor (vehicle advertisements)
NOMNAS Operations Manager (FAA)
NOMNo Other Message
NOMNiezalezny Operator Miedzymiastowy (Polish long-distance company)
NOMNorthern on Main
NOMNet Operation Margin
NOMPurchases by the Quartermaster, Headquarters, US Marine Corps
NOMNetwork Operation Phone
NOMNot Original Manufacturer (automotive parts)
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Elle a permis d'attribuer a un enfant soit le nom de son pere, soit le nom de sa mere, soit leurs deux noms, dans l'ordre choisi par eux (art.
Emmy favorite Julia Louis-Dreyfus earns her fifth consecutive nom for HBO's "Veep," but has never won for the show.
La question du changement de nom a ete posee depuis 4 mois.
OBL] CA-frame also prevailed in Hungarian: the Non-Agent was coded as NOM in 7 out of 10 sentences, in HU, in Bulgarian and Portuguese: 6 out of 10 sentences (quite interestingly, in Slovak: 5 out of 10 sentences were classified as A/II).
De Lima said the only exception to the prohibited use of aliases is if it is for literary purposes and if the person has admitted that the alias is his nom de guerre.
Even more than in the setting of splenic injuries, physiological stability is the major predictor of successful NOM of hepatic trauma.
While NOM dishes have the same names of well-known “Americanized” Mexican fare, guests will be in for a tasty surprise.
If that happens, I shall mostly be posting photos of my dinner with the words nom nom nom underneath.
As McShane noted at the time, NOM might have plausibly claimed to have a "general" interest in the case.
Mumbai's popular Pan Asian eatery Nom Nom comes to Delhi at the Ashok Hotel.
Dans le texte apparaissent les noms de plusieurs villes francaises, mais, pour nous limiter au sujet de notre presentation, nous examinons seulement la maniere dont Marseille, le nom de <<l'heroine>> principale du roman, a ete traite lors de la traduction.