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Synonyms for nominate

Synonyms for nominate

to select for an office or position

Synonyms for nominate

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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Agencies small and large have a chance to win so nominate your agency today.
Earlier the government has nominated 6 members for the committee, whereas leader of the opposition responded that the Pakistan Tahreek-e- Insaf (PTI) and Jamat-e-Islami (JI) had refused to nominate their members.
This means that if you nominate the medical centre you are nominating all the doctors at the centre to sign your WorkCover medical certificates.
Iggy went on to nominate British pop star Rita Ora.
The awards, set up to honour the work of the industry's unsung heroes, give members of the public the chance to nominate an individual who they think make British racing special.
Different Iraqi political blocs had been preocupied over the past few days to nominate their candidates for the leading posts in the new government, including the posts of vice-president, deputy prime-minister and differerent cabinet posts, among a sharp competition to gain some of the leading ministries and high positions in the government.
To remain at the forefront of healthcare, you and I need to continue to nominate and elect dedicated, passionate, visionary leaders.
GIRLS who have their own 'dreamboys' can nominate them for the chance to take part in a male striptease show for charity.
Nominations are closed for the top 100 but you can still nominate trees for inclusion on the website.
Given the volatile, unpredictable nature of presidential politics, only a fool at this early stage would feel certain they know who the nominee in either party will be, but it's a good bet that Republicans will not nominate a presidential candidate in 2008 who is pro-choice on the abortion issue and in favor of many gay rights and gun control measures.
Bolin's standing in the legal community and her proven commitment to the NAACP clearly influenced the executive officers' decision to nominate her.
Under new procedures adopted by the 1998 General Synod in Montreal, the house of bishops will meet between 30 and 120 days before the election to nominate candidates from their own ranks.
A survey was recently distributed to learn more about how cooperatives select and nominate candidates for their boards.