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Sub nomine is a Latin term often used in full or abbreviated form in legal citations to indicate the name under which the litigation continued. Sub nomine literally means "under the name", "in the name of", "under the title of". E.g., under the name of John Smith = sub nomine John Smith. Pronunciation"s&b-'nä-m&-nE, -"nA; 'su'b-'nO-mE-"nA
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