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  1. I shall nominate.
  2. I nominate Simon Withers.
  3. I shall nominate that fat friar.
  4. We should nominate a leader for the group.
  5. I nominate Tim Erkin to be our foreman, any.

  6. I nominate Prince Yazadril of The High People.
  7. I nominate Everette for leader of the Unified Clan.
  8. She went on: The earl might nominate another candidate.
  9. I nominate this shank to replace me as Keeper of the Runners.
  10. Why ask that? If the earl wishes, he will nominate me; and if my.
  11. She objected strongly when I wanted to nominate Nathan as one of the candidates.
  12. She protested, But I was just going to nominate the masquerade ball in Eyes Wide Shut.
  13. Earl Roland has the right to nominate a candidate, but he has not yet recovered consciousness.
  14. However, if you think you might refuse, he needs to know as soon as possible, so that he can nominate.
  15. And the reason he was elected, the simple and obvious reason, was because Ernie wouldn't let us nominate him.

  16. The vote for Peter's replacement on the council was about to begin and Simon knew that Ishan would nominate him.
  17. The party will nominate Brendan and he’s been a great VP, but he will get absolutely clobbered in the polls.
  18. Party leaders from throughout the country held national conventions to nominate a presidential and vice presidential candidate.
  19. Do not be disappointed if men do not nominate you for office within a month after you begin to practice what you read in this book.
  20. Her cover up was so good – in this case, an acceptable one – President Bill Clinton wished to nominate her to the Supreme Court.
  21. He would like to nominate John Connally for vice president, but the lifelong Democrat switched political parties only five months ago.
  22. Then to Sarah Bunker's delight she was to nominate as many of her students as she pleased to fill the roles of an indefinite company of fairies.
  23. I therefore nominate Empress Emeroth of Verzaclon as First Commander of the military forces of The Great Alliance of The Nations United For Justice.
  24. Let every patron be required to send the name of the clergyman whom he wishes to nominate to a vacant living, to the churchwardens, one month before he presents the name to the bishop.
  25. Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress.

  26. Some of the students thought it would be really funny to nominate Richard Rowinski for the student counsel job because they knew he would never be there and that would get him in trouble because Mr.
  27. Can we identify the difference between the two situations? Maybe in terms of moral inequivalence, although I for one am certainly not qualified to nominate a terrorist act as less or more ‘evil’ than murder.
  28. James told a DA public meeting in Hartenbos, outside Mossel Bay in Western Cape, at the weekend that he was certain the ANC in parliament would take the full 10 days it was allowed to nominate its members to the ad hoc committee.
  29. BLOOM: My subjects! We hereby nominate our faithful charger Copula Felix hereditary Grand Vizier and announce that we have this day repudiated our former spouse and have bestowed our royal hand upon the princess Selene, the splendour of night.
  30. He shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur; and he shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, Judges of the supreme Court, and all other Officers of the United States, whose Appointments are not herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be established by Law: but the Congress may by Law vest the Appointment of such inferior Officers, as they think proper, in the President alone, in the Courts of Law, or in the Heads of Departments.
  1. The earl is nominating Saul Whitehead.
  2. Rules of Order, to come up with a resolution nominating.
  3. He said: Saul did ask me what you might want in return for nominating him.
  4. Today what was nominating the headlines was Greece’s second bailout request.
  5. Instead he was going all the way and nominating Burger to be the new chief justice.
  6. The Nominating Committee nominated the following special committees, who were appointed:.
  7. Earl Roland had not the least suspicion of how he had been nudged into nominating the most.
  8. A week later, May 21, Nixon announced he was nominating Burger to the Supreme Court—but not to the Fortas vacancy.
  9. The Nominating Committee reported the following list of officers for the ensuing year, and they were unanimously elected.
  10. All I can say is that as the sacrist here I strongly counsel your lordship against nominating Murdo as prior of Kingsbridge.
  11. With a carefully restrained tone, she answered, Thank you very much for the consideration of nominating me for such a position, she replied to Olivia, and to Mrs.
  12. In the real world, perhaps 99 percent of the time, membership of the board of directors is actually determined by those who control the nominating process, not by stockholders voting proxies.
  13. I served as the public relations director of the Tompkins County Conference and Tourist Council and as chairman of the sign ordinance committee and legislative action committee and acting chairman of the nominating committee.
  1. Nominated Bank of that Credit.
  2. I nominated him and was the Rhetor.
  3. How would you feel about being nominated?
  4. Dating Factory nominated at the IDate awards:.
  5. Der had been nominated as debating team leader.
  6. Full of optimism, he thus nominated a team of.
  7. Breckenridge nominated himself as the icebreaker.
  8. We were nominated for a Children’s BAFTA last year.
  9. Sierra had been nominated for a media award, but hadn’t won.
  10. As soon as Noraini was nominated to be the chief organiser of the.
  11. Nominated Bank: The Bank with which credit is available is termed as.
  12. In a low voice, he said: Earl Roland has nominated Friar Murdo as prior.
  13. It would also be nominated for an Oscar for the best scoring of a musical.
  14. The turkey was once nominated to be the official bird of the United States.
  15. The greatest crime is that I wasn’t nominated for that acting performance.
  16. This book is nominated for all those that have had a hard life in this world.
  17. The critics were unanimous in their praise and he was nominated for an Oscar.
  18. The crisis of the hostages ironically enabled Carter to be again nominated a.
  19. Executor :An individual or institution nominated in a will and appointed by a.
  20. He knew that Roland would reject Murdo’s application to be nominated as prior.
  21. Being nominated as Head Boy at the end of standard nine, when I had just turned.
  22. Chiesa, Guiggianello and Nocilia in the province Lecce have been nominated for the.
  23. Almond, who had died at twenty-one, was nominated for a posthumous medal for bravery.
  24. Bush nominated Judge Clarence Thomas to be an associate justice of the Supreme Court.
  25. Each week, pupils are nominated for a place on the praise board (pupils aren’t told.
  26. Ask students to either respond in a nominated style (see below) or roll the ‘Style of.
  27. She had nominated him to extend to her the final dignity that every living thing deserves.
  28. The Nominating Committee nominated the following special committees, who were appointed:.
  29. By the time she was nominated as the vice-presidential candidate, her reputation for good.
  30. Now that a sportsman has been nominated to the Rajya Sabha, a good precedent has been set.
  31. He is the first active sportsperson and cricketer to have been nominated to the Rajya Sabha.
  32. He was nominated several times but the Nobel Committee did not give him the Nobel Peace Prize.
  33. In 1978 I was nominated to the CAP program 78/2 (bilingual) by Henry and the Queen’s Printer.
  34. She scanned all of the couples representing their grades and those nominated for king and queen.
  35. And I herewith state that if she runs in 2012 and is nominated, I will undoubtedly vote for her.
  36. Even though he was nominated a number of times for Nobel Peace prize, he was never selected for it.
  37. I am not telling you this story to be nominated for sainthood! It’s just smart business practice.
  38. It was very close with just 1 vote difference but Ben has not been nominated to look after the money.
  39. Bobby Kennedy expected to run for President in 1968 from the day his brother Jack was nominated in 1959.
  40. What I therefore propose is that, if you agree to be so nominated, we should divide the estate between us.
  41. I’ve been nominated, along with ten other Andromedians, for the prototype Generation 5,’ Bellona says.
  42. Merthin congratulated Henri on having been nominated archbishop of Monmouth, then got straight to the point.
  43. Michael and Brian felt that they should both participate and nominated the other officers that they needed to take.
  44. When power is nominated, the principle of a free constitution is lost, and corruption is the most infallible symptom.
  45. I was excited about it for one reason, and one reason alone: I thought, This might help me get nominated for an Emmy!.
  46. Penny Edwards was never nominated but made a name for herself as Roy Rogers’s love interest in six Hollywood Westerns.
  47. Grimes told him the only thing the nominated individual would have to do was to visit Oxford and join in with a regalia.
  48. It nominated one of the peasants to be a bailiff with the responsibility of delivering the produce to the priory annually.
  49. One of the nominated movies of 2005 for best picture was Good Night, and Good Luck, about the confrontation between Edward R.
  50. In the election she won her vote with absolute majority; and unanimously nominated for the post of local MLA for her district.
  51. Just this past week I was nominated for a position on the Paranormal Romance Guild Board of Directors for the 2011 - 2012 term.
  52. Nominated for the Crime Writers' Association Debut Dagger Award with acclaimed Limerick crime thriller PURE MAD, published in 2009.
  53. And we shall need to include a representative nominated by the Taoiseach, at some stage, when you have broached the subject with him.
  54. Say, I think I've shaken hands with half the male population of this city since I was nominated, but this means more than any of them.
  55. His records only showed that Jacob had appointed him and had nominated what was quite a good salary for someone working as a chauffeur.
  56. That tactic was sharpened to perfection when President Ronald Reagan nominated Judge Robert Bork for a seat on the Supreme Court in 1987.
  57. She has twice been nominated for a Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award and been a winner of the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award.
  58. In Sweden it was the first book of its kind to be nominated for the prestigious August Prize, a literary award named after August Strindberg.
  59. As Ronald Reagan waves good-bye to the crowd, it is quite clear to many across America that the Republican Party has nominated the wrong man for president.
  60. They have offered him a small fortune and a path to partnership if he would allow himself to be nominated for the position, she crowed and Harold beamed.
  61. Al Gore was once again nominated for Vice-President and could never seem to get the respect and support he needed to step into the limelight of the head position.
  62. As a late entry into the Oscars, the film was nominated three times, best actress in a leading role, best special effects, and of course best actor in a leading role.
  63. He has written for the theater and the cinema, including the screenplay for John Huston’s classic film adaptation of Moby Dick, and was nominated for an Academy Award.
  64. His reputation among the Muslims was so high that he was nominated by the Caliph Umar ibn al-Khattab to lead the Muslims (both in prayers and as head of the Muslim community.
  65. Being a widely travelled man, he must have been in contact with you in the past or simply you were nominated to him by one of his numerous friends abroad who wished you good.
  66. Burt and I had been nominated that year for God Give Me Strength, and while we were in the building, the academy had asked us to present one of their little gramophones.
  67. Then he became alarmed, and dared not stay any longer at Nimes, so he solicited a change of residence, and, as he was in reality very influential, he was nominated to Versailles.
  68. Character assassination is most effective if initiated directly after a candidate is nominated, before the nominee has a chance to speak for himself, or for others to speak for him.
  69. Afterwards in a moving interview with a tabloid newspaper the father told how the grief had been so raw that he was not sure he could receive the honour for which he had been nominated.
  70. The idea came up to have this honor guard present the colors at the Democratic National Convention at Madison Square Garden in New York City when Bill Clinton and Al Gore were nominated.
  71. Somehow or other for once I actually did achieve something in high school and I was nominated to be the student council alternate in case the regular student council representative couldn't be there.
  72. The convention was being held in Los Angeles for the first time since my Uncle Jack was nominated there in 1960, so it was an especially good year to double down on the party connection with my family.
  73. If he were a professor at an Ivy League school and had published this work, he probably would have been nominated for a Nobel Prize! But in the trenches—in the jungle—is where Ray would rather live.
  74. Nixon later told him he liked the idea because then Butterfield would be one of our guys in the Transportation Department along with Bud Krogh, who was nominated to be deputy transportation secretary.
  75. Worse, the Navy had then nominated a rear admiral, a man of a rank equal to hers, for the position and General Bradley had let that fly, thus nearly ensuring a dysfunctional chain of command for her task force.
  76. Hipolyta nominated herself for sending word to Harry about their plans, Once we have something more than: 'We're coming to visit,' she announced honestly to the chuckles and laughter from the rest of the room.
  77. What would you do when a formerly exceptionally confident peer nominated teen heartthrob finds his tables suddenly turned and he’s at a loss for what to do when he finds he has a heart that will throb only for you?
  78. Formally, he would tell the monks that the king had nominated a certain person, and it would be up to the monks to elect that person or someone else; but, in the end, the monks usually voted for whomever the king had chosen.
  79. Nominated for an Academy Award, he has written for the theater and cinema, including the screenplay for John Huston's classic adaptation of Moby Dick, and the experience became the inspiration for Green Shadows, White Whale.
  80. She had after all been nominated as one of the finalists for the award of Best Actress in a Drama Motion Picture, for her role as the main protagonist of ‘DANCES WITH THE SHADOWS’, the prequel to her first movie ‘CROSSROADS’.
  81. There are three others among us who are more experienced administrators than I, but I was chosen by Prince Yazadril to speak for us at our oath taking, so I have been nominated to continue in that role until you should choose another to do so.
  82. At the end of the song they gave three cheers for Tariff Reform and Plenty of Work, and then Crass, who, as the singer of the last song, had the right to call upon the next man, nominated Philpot, who received an ovation when he stood up, for he was a general favourite.
  83. He chose six of these apostles, and though Judas was among those nominated by his first-chosen apostles, still the Master accepted him and had, up to this very hour, done everything possible to sanctify and save him, even as he had wrought for the peace and salvation of the others.
  84. This constitution, elaborated by a committee of Poles nominated by the three Governments, will (after due discussion and amendment by the High Commissioners of the Protecting Powers) be presented to Poland as the initial document, the charter of her new life, freely offered and unreservedly accepted.
  85. Nominated for ‘Young Australian of the Year’ in 1999 for his achievements, Jamie is a successful entrepreneur, investor, sought after success coach, internationally renowned speaker and worldleading educator, sharing the stage with some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs (such as Sir Richard Branson, Harry Dent, Tim Ferriss, and more).
  86. LAURA HILLENBRAND is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Seabiscuit: An American Legend, which was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, won the Book Sense Book of the Year Award and the William Hill Sports Book of the Year award, landed on more than fifteen best-of-the-year lists, and inspired the film Seabiscuit, which was nominated for seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture.
  87. Outside the hail in which the meeting was being held a large crowd of poverty-stricken Liberal working men, many of them wearing broken boots and other men's cast-off clothing, was waiting to hear the report of the slave-drivers' deputation, and as soon as Sweater had consented to be nominated, Didlum rushed and opened the window overlooking the street and shouted the good news down to the crowd, which joined in the cheering.

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