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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnominallynom‧i‧nal‧ly /ˈnɒmɪnəli $ ˈnɑː-/ adverb  PGNAME OF A THINGofficially described as being something, when this is not really true a nominally Christian country He was nominally in charge of his father’s printing company.
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nominallyWith the values of C1 and R1 specified, the time taken to do this is nominally 24 hours.The Grunwick dispute is still nominally dragging on.Eighty percent of the population is nominally Hindu.She is the formal head of the Executive and it is, nominally, in her courts that her justice is administered.Iwan Granoogst, appointed by Shankar as Bouterse's interim successor, was nominally the leader of the Dec. 24 coup.Even some 22 percent of nominally wedded black couples actually live apart.
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