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Nostril (Nonsense String Evaluator) is a Python 3 module that can infer whether a given word or text string is likely to be nonsense or meaningful text. The main use case is to decide whether short strings returned by source code mining methods are likely to be program identifiers (of classes, functions, variables, etc.), or random or other non-identifier strings.