nominate

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  • During its ten-year run, the series was nominated a further six times.
  • No more than four people may be nominated for a single film.
  • The new body consists both of members of the old parliament as well as nominated members.
  • The number of self-nominated candidates was four times higher than the previous election.
  • For the following three years, five films were nominated for the award.
  • They are nominated directly by citizens in open meetings within each election district.
  • He has also been nominated and won many different awards.
  • He was nominated for an Academy Award for his work on the film.
  • The person nominated had ten days to leave the city.
  • Feel free to nominate any article that you believe is selected article-quality.
  • Usually, only three films are nominated each year rather than five as in most categories.
  • The film won one Academy Award and was nominated for five more.
  • The film was nominated for several awards upon its release.
  • Each committee member is allowed to nominate one person in each category per year.
  • However Taylor, once nominated and elected, showed that he had his own plans.
  • The party decided to see who was nominated by the two major national parties and support one of them if possible.
  • While on the board, the seven players made a deal to not nominate one another.
  • The film won five Academy Awards and was nominated for four more.
  • Judges may serve more than one term, subject to the standard nominating process.
  • It won six of the ten awards it was nominated for.
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Words starting with nominate

Meaning of nominate

  • verb Propose as a candidate for some honor
  • verb Put forward; nominate for appointment to an office or for an honor or position
    The President nominated her as head of the Civil Rights Commission