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19:57 Aug 11, 2010
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Italian term or phrase: Nomenclatore unico
Nomenclatore unico delle definizioni

List providing definitions of terms in an agreement. The terms are on one side and the definitions on the other.
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4Unified Indexpotra
4Standardized catalog
InterpreterALE
3 +1list of definitionscasper
2list of acronyms, definitions and abbreviations
Being Earnest


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list of acronyms, definitions and abbreviations


Explanation:
just guessing but this is what I like to use in the tech specs I often am forced to write

Being Earnest
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Nomenclatore unico delle definizioni
list of definitions


Explanation:
...of the pertinent terms, that is.



There will usually be a list of definitions at the beginning or end of the document, which explains commonly used words, phrases and abbreviations referred to in the agreement.
http://www.contractsandagreements.co.uk/typical-franchise-ag...



...a list of definitions of the pertinent terms used in this memorandum of understanding.
http://www.drda.umich.edu/policies/um/DRDA_CFR_agreement1097...



Every concession agreement includes a list of definitions to delineate precisely both the subject matter and the concepts used throughout the agreement.
http://tinyurl.com/32v52tz

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Standardized catalog


Explanation:
The word "nomenclatore" refers to a catalog.

http://www.sapere.it/sapere/dizionari/dizionari/Italiano/N/N...
Nomenclatore: Repertorio che registra i nomi appartenenti a un insieme sistematico.

http://dizionari.repubblica.it/
Nomenclatore: Repertorio che elenca in modo sistematico i termini di una determinata scienza o disciplina.

In English the word "nomenclature" refers to the system of terms used in a particular science ("nomenclatura" in Italian, not "nomenclatore"). And even though, one of the meanings of "nomenclatore" is the person who does the job of classifying terms into that determined system (the same meaning of the English term "nomenclator"), it also means the list of those systematized terms. That's way the word catalog suits the context just fine.

In the other hand, the fact that it's a "nomenclatore unico" shows that the definitions in this catalog have been standardized and, therefore, there is a sole list of definitions.

Other possible translations:

Standardized catalogue of definitions
Standardized list of definitions
Sole catalog of definitions
Sole catalogue of definitions
Sole list of definitions

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Note added at 12 days (2010-08-24 09:28:41 GMT)
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"That's WHY"... not "that's WAY" :S

I need to double-check my comments before posting them :)

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Unified Index


Explanation:
This is how I would translate it

potra
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