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to select for an office or position

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propose as a candidate for some honor

charge with a function

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create and charge with a task or function

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Each girl who successfully nominates one of the final five men will receive two free tickets.
Finally, with the very strong dynamic for change that appears in the polls, and President Bush's approval ratings now mired in the 30 percent range, there is a feeling that they have to nominate someone who is cut from a very different bolt of cloth than the current incumbent, and McCain is certainly a change.
1 Deadline to Nominate RNs for This Year's Awards; Patients, Friends, Family, Coworkers and Teachers Are Especially Invited to Nominate
As Volokh wrote on his Web site: ``Any social science, history, philosophy, law, and theology professor, judge, or legislator in any country (plus a few others) can nominate anyone for a Nobel Peace Prize (past nominees, just in 1901-1951, included Hitler, Stalin, and Molotov).
Cole's entry read: "I would like to nominate my Grandpa Albert Pierce for your ice cream contest.
Famed Atlanta baseball pitcher and SouthernLINC Wireless spokesperson John Smoltz called for nominations in June, yielding broad interest from neighbors, friends, spouses, siblings and coworkers wanting to nominate their personal heroes for a variety of selfless acts.
We're betting voters are smart enough to recognize genuine achievement over smoke and mirrors and nominate Haynes over Marshall.