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nominate

(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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A MINIMUM number of agency employees, depending on the agency's size, must nominate an agency for it to be eligible.
The OSDP, the only party in Kazakhstan that positions itself as opposition to the government, decided not to nominate a candidate for president.
If you know a great local volunteer then nominate them.
I wrote a "how to" nominate people guide because I couldn't find one.
The opposition alliance had decided to nominate Maulana Fazlur Rehman for the election, Iqbal
'The government and the parliamentary parties should nominate their member in proportion to their representations in the National Assembly for the special committee to examine into the matter recently reported in the media about Ayesha Gulalai, MNA' said a press release issued by the National Assembly secretariat.
First launched in April 2001, the initiative was a chance for readers to nominate people who make a special difference to Teesside.
In most cases you will need to advise the insurer of a change of nominating treating doctor, however, as per section 47 (4) of the Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998 you can nominate a medical centre as your nominated treating doctor.
Victims film themselves being doused, post a video and nominate pals for the icy trial.
They then nominate three others to do it - and the best thing is, it's all for charity.
"For people to take the trouble to nominate them means the care they delivered was very special."