2. She has been nominated for the presidency.
3. Ferraro was the first woman to be nominated for the job of vice president.
4. He was nominated for the best actor award.
5. Under party rules each candidate has to be nominated by 55 Labour MPs.
6. He's been nominated by the Green Party as their candidate in the next election.
7. She has been nominated for the Presidency.
8. The President nominated me his representative at the meeting.
9. To be nominated for union president you need one person to propose you and another to second you.
10. The board nominated her as the new director.
11. He was nominated as chair of the board of governors.
12. She was nominated to speak on our behalf.
13. He was nominated by the African National Congress as one of its team at the Groote Sehuur talks.
14. She has been nominated as Best Actress for her part in the film 'Forever Together'.
15. He has now been formally nominated as presidential candidate.
16. He was nominated for the MP.
17. She was nominated for a special award.
18. 1 December has been nominated as the day of the election.
19. I have been nominated to the committee.
20. He has been nominated three times for the Oscar but has yet to win.
21. The movie was nominated for an Oscar.
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22. She was nominated as the delegation's official interpreter.
23. He was nominated best actor.
24. Taylor has nominated Adams as his replacement.
25. Practically every movie he made was nominated for an Oscar.
26. December has been nominated as the day of the election.
27. The film was nominated for an Academy Award.
28. Reverend Peters was nominated for the honour by colleagues at Walworth Methodist Church.
29. I've been trying to get a line on the guy they've nominated with no luck.
30. Next year Mr Jenks will retire and Mr Broadbent will be nominated as his replacement.
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