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1 Food is supplied at a nominal cost.
2 She is only the nominal chairman: the real work is done by somebody else.
3 The shares were sold for well below their nominal value.
4 A nominal charge is made for use of the tennis courts.
5 She's the nominal head of our college - the real work is done by her deputy.
6 The king was only the nominal head of the state.
7 He remained in nominal control of the business for another ten years.
8 The charge of the box lunch was nominal.
9 This service is available at a nominal charge.
10 We only pay a nominal rent.
11 She charged only a nominal fee for her work.
12 The settler got the house at a nominal price.
13 Their conversion to Christianity was only nominal.
14 I was brought up a nominal Christian.
15 The charity pays a nominal sum to lease the premises.
16 We had to pay a nominal fee to join the club.
17 We make a nominal charge for use of the tennis courts.
18 For a nominal fee,[www.Sentencedict.com] they will deliver orders to customers' homes.
19 The managing director has the nominal power but he is a paper tiger, and it is his assistant who actually runs the company.
20 Inflation would be lower and so nominal rates would be rather more attractive in real terms.
21 If prices rise and the nominal wage remains constant, the real wage falls.
22 Clinton has nominal opposition in the Democratic primary.
23 The nominal rate of interest has two components.
24 It is misleading, however, to compare nominal interest rates.
25 Emap will acquire nominal net assets.
26 All levy a nominal admission fee.
27 It's fairly clear that he is only the nominal head of the local party -- in fact he's got no authority at all.
28 As he was still not allowed to run a company, his wife became its nominal head.
29 All the ferries carry bicycles free or for a nominal charge.
30 Guy was elected leader and then found to have the highest EQ on a nominal measure.
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