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(of a TAXON) bearing the same name as its immediately superior taxon and is its type. For example in the redshank, Tringa totanus totanus is the nominate form of the species.
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In talking with the other judges and in discussing the plans with the nominators, what I have come to realize is: Plan sponsors often don't realize that what they are doing is unique or special.
Tom Lickona, one of Joe's nominators, synthesized Joe's many accomplishments into five outstanding contributions to character education:
Nominations can be made by individuals who are not AMS members, but the nominator needs to contact AMS Headquarters to be assigned a username for the portal.
Runnersup will receive P50,000 each while their nominators will get P10,000.
As per Nobel Prize Committee, the nominators must be the members of the Nobel Committee at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Nobel Laureates in that specific subject, members of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, professors at the faculties of Medicine in Sweden and of similar posts in Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway.
And I don't think the local loathing is as universal as the nominators suggest - people who dislike something always tend to be more vocal, but I've heard a lot more praise for it than criticism.
Open to Scottish artists who released albums in 2012, the list was compiled from submissions from 100 specially-invited nominators.
Nominators should complete the application form and submit a one-page statement explaining why the nominee warrants selection as the "Bob Graham Center Citizen of the Year.
Their engineer or student nominators will also receive a trip to Washington.
Among them were some who spoke of being humbled by the support of their nominators and the faith displayed in them.
One of her nominators wrote that “she is an inspirational and encouraging woman who is constantly inspiring her students with hope to reach a full life of success and achieved goals.
A nominator system was tied in where all runners competed for nominators and they earned prizes for reaching the final and the eventual winner.