nominating, present participle; nominated, past tense; nominates, 3rd person singular present; nominated, past participle;
Denoting a race or subspecies that is given the same epithet as the species to which it belongs, for example, Homo sapiens sapiens
Propose or formally enter as a candidate for election or for an honor or award
the film was nominated for several Oscars
Appoint to a job or position
the company nominated her as a delegate to the convention
Specify (something) formally, typically the date or place for an event
a day was nominated for the exchange of contracts
propose as a candidate for some honor
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"
name: charge with a function; charge to be; "She was named Head of the Committee"; "She was made president of the club"
appoint: create and charge with a task or function; "nominate a committee"
(nominated) appointed by nomination
(nomination) the act of officially naming a candidate; "the Republican nomination for Governor"
A candidate is the prospective recipient of an award or honor or a person seeking or being considered for some kind of position; for example: * to be elected to an office — in this case a candidate selection procedure occurs.
* to receive membership in a group
Subspecies (commonly abbreviated subsp. or ssp.) in biological classification, is either a taxonomic rank subordinate to species, or a taxonomic unit in that rank (plural: subspecies). ...
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To name someone as a candidate for a particular role or position, including that of an office; To entitle, confer a name upon
(Nominating) and voting on featured article candidates.
(Nomination) An act by which the policyholders authorises another person to receive the policy proceeds. The authorised person is called Nominee.
(Nomination) A request for service under a service agreement.
(nomination) the designation of a particular individual to run as a political party's candidate (its "nominee") in the general election.
(NOMINATION) A referral process for consideration of a student for a specialized or categorical program such as a gifted program or one of its options.
(NOMINATION) To choose a person as a candidate to fill an office or other elected position.
(Nomination) 1) Paradigrammatics, or the art of molding figures in plaster. 2) The call of the vile. 3) In democracies, the divine sacrament administered to ignorance. 4) The election, divination and apotheosis of a paramount parasite.
(Nomination) A notice to National Grid from a Shipper to indicate the request for the offer details for a supply point (transportation, metering, capacity, commodity costs, etc.).
(Nomination) A request for a physical quantity of gas under a specific purchase, sales or transportation agreement or for all contracts at a specific point.
(Nomination) If a scheme pays death benefits, this is where the member tells the trustees who should get this benefit if the member dies. The trustees do not have to follow the member’s wishes. This is also called expression of wish or form of request.
(Nomination) If you ask us to perform legal services for another person or entity, you, together with that person or entity, will continue to be liable for our fees until the completion of the work and payment of our fees.
(Nomination) Nominated property is any property which the deceased placed in the name of another person for their benefit on his/her death. ...
(Nomination) Students are selected by program faculty and/or student services representatives upon demonstration of academic achievement, in-class leadership, financial need etc...
(Nomination) The act or an instance of appointing a person to office; the act or an instance of submitting a name for candidacy or appointment.
(Nomination) The formal submission of a candidate for a public office (like a judgeship); nominees must be confirmed by a legislature.