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Eden, the office management platform that has raised nearly $70 million since inception, is today making a tweak to its nomenclature to reflect its push into SaaS tools.

By one count, there have been more than 25 different threshold definitions published in the literature using various criteria and nomenclatures.

There’s a whole nomenclature around targets directly correlated to what we deliver and produce on a day-to-day basis.

From Fortune

We can use language in the nomenclature around targets and still hit a goal.

From Fortune

It should be noted that a penis might be placed in all three, but what happens once it’s placed is what determines the nomenclature.

From Ozy

So Rhoxane could be the “queen” that local nomenclature has linked to the site.

The world had become a different place and I found myself unequipped to interpret a whole new landmine-strewn nomenclature.

Of course, the jokes, the nomenclature, the people doing the creepy but supposed to be funny stares, are almost always men.

The term itself contains misleading nomenclature—the individual does not have to be a surgeon.

But because they wanted something friendlier, they came up with the nomenclature of ‘screen name.’

The nomenclature by position is an essential part of the scheme of Keys proposed by Ptolemy.

Among the apt terms which he applied in all his nomenclature only one, Cape Tribulation, bears witness to the risks which he ran.

Similar specializations are of frequent occurrence in the history even of scientific nomenclature.

On this principle is founded the admirable binary nomenclature of botany and zoology.

This was done in the mineralogical nomenclature proposed by Professor Mohs.

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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nomenclature, such as: classification, codification, glossary, locution, phraseology, and taxonomy.

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