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1) Ten critics were asked to nominate their Book of the Year.
2) Can I nominate someone as a proxy to sign for me?
3) The public will be able to nominate candidates for awards such as the MBE.
4) I nominate John to represent us at the meeting.
5) I nominate Bill as the club president.
6) I nominate Tom to make the tea.
7) The EU would nominate two members to the committee.
8) Would you like to nominate anyone for/as director?
9) Parliament asked Shahroudi to nominate other candidates and he submitted four names, including two men already rejected by parliament.
10) It was expected that he would nominate Bramwell as his successor.
11) Or you can nominate friends, acquaintances,(http://sentencedict.com/nominate.html) bartenders or bus drivers.
12) Last week, I asked readers to nominate which character they would vote out of the soaps.
13) They said Democrats should be allowed to nominate the Democrat of their choosing, and Republicans, the Republican candidate of theirs.
14) Both parties have also agreed that they will nominate representatives to begin discussions on setting up a community liaison committee.
15) In early 1966 Hayes was asked to nominate any prisoners he felt should be transferred to these new secure prisons.
16) Huggins periodically asks store managers to nominate 10 chocolates for oblivion to make room for new products.
17) Their national nominating conventions no longer nominate presidential candidates.
18) Clinton has yet to nominate a successor for Fed Gov.
19) We need a treasurer. Does anyone want to nominate somebody?
20) This may be achieved by allowing parents to nominate their own expert to observe or jointly conduct any examination or assessment.
21) First nominate your target and turn the gun to face it as you would a cannon.
22) Voters will choose fifty of the seventy five deputies. The Emir will nominate the rest.
23) It is legally possible for an elderly person to nominate someone to act for them, should they become incapable of looking after themselves.
24) He went off in a huff just because we failed to nominate him as club president.
25) White House press secretary Michael McCurry said Clinton does not intend to nominate another candidate for surgeon general.
26) If fewer than three nominations are received, Council will nominate sufficient members to fill the vacancies in accordance with Bylaw 41. 6.
27) Arizona Republicans put aside their political differences and intraparty squabbling Saturday to nominate delegates to their upcoming national convention.
28) The commission has contacted the Ramsar Bureau asking it to nominate hydrologists to carry out an independent survey of the scheme.
29) It was the last national convention that required more than a single ballot to nominate a presidential candidate.
30) In the true spirit of empowerment, the company is asking its employees to nominate the recipients.
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