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CANDIDATE. One who offers himself or is offered by others for an office.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The Speaker again requested the leader of the opposition to nominate four members belonging to the opposition so that the committee may be notified in the pursuance of Motion adopted by the House.
To nominate someone, fill in the form on the right and return it to Racing Welfare.
To enter or nominate, make sure the guy nominated knows and send a body shot, with the details for both the guy nominated and the girl nominating him to The Official UK Dreamboys management, 19A Islington Green, Islington, London, N1 8DU by Friday.
Finally, with the very strong dynamic for change that appears in the polls, and President Bush's approval ratings now mired in the 30 percent range, there is a feeling that they have to nominate someone who is cut from a very different bolt of cloth than the current incumbent, and McCain is certainly a change.
Under the old rules, an electoral synod was convened, after which the bishops met separately to nominate the candidates while the clergy and laity waited.
The nominations-by-mail procedure does not accept ballot write-ins because members had their opportunity to nominate on the response card.
As part of his role as court monitor for MCI, Breeden published 78 recommendations for the bankrupt telecom giant, including provisions that he recommended all CEOs consider carefully such as allowing shareholders to nominate board candidates, providing for contested elections to board seats and requiring shareholder approval of extraordinary pay packages.
Any Rubber Division, ACS, member who wishes to nominate additional people for these positions must do so by June 15, and the nomination must be sponsored by 25 members of the Rubber Division.
To initiate the program, Artexpo organizers identified several top art schools and invited each school's administrators to nominate their most advanced students who had a sellable body of work.
President Bush announced his intention to nominate Dr.