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nominalism

(Encyclopedia) nominalism, in philosophy, a theory of the relation between universals and particulars. Nominalism gained its name in the Middle Ages, when it was contrasted with realism. The problem?

nominative

(Encyclopedia) nominative n?m?n?t?v, [Lat.,=naming], in Latin grammar, the case usually employed for the noun that is the subject of the sentence. The term is used in the grammar of languages with?

Most Oscar Nominations

The Question: What actor or actress has had the most Academy Award nominations? The Answer: As of 2011, Meryl Streep is in the lead, with 16 nominations?

The Devil's Dictionary: Nominate

by Ambrose Bierce NOISENOMINEENOMINATE -v To designate for the heaviest political assessment. To put forward a suitable person to incur the mudgobbling and deadcatting of the opposition?

2006 Academy Awards Nominations

The 2006 Academy Awards will be presented February 25, 2007, at the Kodak Theatre.Best PictureBabel The DepartedLetters from Iwo Jima Little Miss Sunshine The QueenBest Animated?

2017 Emmy Nominations List and Predictions

The 2017 Emmy nominations are out! Did your favorite show make it onto the Emmy list? This year Westworld on HBO and Saturday Night Live on NBC tied for the title of most nominations. Both earned?

Cardinal, Ordinal, and Nominal Numbers

Cardinal numbers, known as the ?counting numbers,? indicate quantity. Ordinal numbers indicate the order or rank of things in a set (e.g., sixth in line; fourth place). Nominal numbers?